Prop Hunt has to be one of Call of Duty' s most creative and intriguing modes.
The off-the-wall gameplay mode has appeared in a slew of CoD titles to date, including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Call of Duty: WWII.
The mode originated way back in the day in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, where it became one of the most popular mods for the game on PC – leading Activision to formally add the mode into a proper game with Modern Warfare Remastered on August 1, 2017.
Since then, the mode has been a fan-favourite, with many players excited to try it in each annual CoD release.
But it's not turned up in Modern Warfare (2019) yet… and we're unsure if it ever will.
Before the game's launch, there was a pretty significant leak that seemed to detail all of the game modes coming to the title after launch.
This leak, so far, seems to have mostly checked out – in the list below, the 34 titles were either available at launch, or have been made available in updates since, or have been teased for a future release.
Team Deathmatch (w/ Hardcore)
Showdown (w/ Hardcore)
Search and Destroy (w/ Hardcore)
Search and Rescue
One in the Chamber
Kill Confirmed (w/ Hardcore)
Fireteam (w/ Hardcore)
Free-For-All (w/ Hardcore)
All or Nothing
Invasion (w/ Hardcore)
Fire Mission (w/ Hardcore)
Arms Race (w/ Hardcore)
Capture the Flag
Cyber Attack (w/ Hardcore)
Domination (w/ Hardcore)
Headquarters (w/ Hardcore)
High Value Target
Gunfight (w/ Hardcore)
Notice, though, how Prop Hunt doesn't make the list?
It could be that this leak was just a preliminary list of modes that would be coming to the title, and that Prop Hunt was always planned or a release further down the line… but it's also likely that the developers just aren't looking at the game mode for a release in this year's CoD.
We'd be sad to see that happen, but at least there's still plenty more content to enjoy instead.
We'll keep you updated as we learn more about what new modes will be coming to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019.
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