Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is a first person shooter developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision.
It is the second instalment in the rebooted Modern Warfare subseries, and a direct sequel to 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
The upcoming first person shooter's Amazon listing seems to have let slip that its open beta will go live on August 15- though PlayStation players will get access before that.
Though there will be some light damage mechanics involved, Infinity Ward confirms destruction won't be implemented in the shooter's multiplayer department.
The first person shooter's extended gameplay debut showcases familiarly intense shootouts, impressive visuals, and more.
Players may be able to equip 4-5 attachments for each weapon. Fine tuning attachments will provide "positive and negative effects."
Since launching in 2020, Call of Duty: Warzone has had over 125 million players. Over 3,000 people are working on the franchise currently.
Hostage and Knockout are the new 6v6 round-based modes, the former involving hostage rescue and the latter focused on capturing a bag of cash.
Along with costing $70 on PC, the PS4 and Xbox One versions are also currently only available for $70 as part of the Cross-Gen Bundle.
Beenox is confirmed to be developing the PC version. It's also providing additional support along with Raven Software, High Moon, Toys for Bob, and more.
Out on October 28th for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC, the shooter features new gun handling, a new Gunsmith and much more.
New trailer leaks ahead of its worldwide reveal today at 10 AM PT. When live, pre-orders will provide early access to the open beta.
Following the worldwide reveal on June 8th, the "world premiere gameplay level" will likely offer a more extensive walkthrough.
Call of Duty's PC presence has been restricted to Battle.net for years, but it's looking like the series will finally be returning to Steam soon.
The shooter is slated to launch on October 28th. Data-mining indicates releases on Xbox One and PS4 along with current-gen consoles and PC.
Removed from the store page in question but still present in Steam's CDN, the artwork could indicate a Steam release for the 2022 title.
An announcement is allegedly planned for the upcoming State of Play presentation, or perhaps even before that.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and Treyarch's next game in the series are reportedly included in the deal.
This year's Call of Duty won't be skipping previous-gen platforms with the open beta allegedly coming to PS4 and PS5.
A bizarre new trailer focuses on artwork canvas for the upcoming shooter in a cargo shipyard, which also confirms its release date.
Players will allegedly be able to earn skins, blueprints, and more in DMZ, which will also be usable in other multiplayer modes and Warzone 2.
The first person shooter will allegedly reveal campaign gameplay in June, followed by a multiplayer reveal in August.
The sequel to 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot is currently in the works at Infinity Ward and due out later this year.
The sequel to 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot is in development at Infinity Ward, and due out later this year.
Infinity Ward could be gearing up for a full reveal of the next Call of Duty, which is confirmed to be a sequel to 2019's Modern Warfare.
Both games are "designed together from the ground-up" and will use a new engine, with the Warzone sequel being billed as "a massive evolution of battle royale."
Activision Blizzard's Q4 earnings report has revealed that the next Call of Duty will be developed by Infinity Ward, as per leaks.
Noted insider Tom Henderson claims that as opposed to Call of Duty's usual November launch window, this year's game will be out in October.
Insider Tom Henderson also reports that based on pre-alpha footage, development is progressing better than previous titles.
Warren Kole, who portrayed Uncharted 4 villain Rafe Adler, will have a role to play in next year's Call of Duty instalment.
Another leak for next year's Call of Duty game has provided potential new details on the game's multiplayer component.
Newly leaked details suggest that next year's Call of Duty game, rumoured to be a Modern Warfare sequel, will go all-in on realism and player choice.
Infinity Ward's 2022 shooter will allegedly tell the story of US special forces fighting a covert war against Columbian drug cartels.