Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Will Be Revealed on June 8

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 now has an official date to be revealed to the public: June 8th. The news was confirmed by Activision and Infinity Ward this Thursday afternoon (2), with the release of a new live action trailer. The game is scheduled for release on October 28, 2022.

The video showcases several iconic characters from Task Force 141, most notably the Captain John Price it’s the Ghost Operator, easily recognizable by its skull mask. It’s worth remembering that they all received exclusive arts in the last week.

The companies have not yet gone into details, but it is to be expected that the first gameplay footage will be presented on video. The platforms for which the game will be available are still a mystery, but the PlayStation Store has already opened a page where it is possible to add the title to the wish list.

Additionally, Steam’s official Twitter profile reacted to the announcement, suggesting that the shooter franchise should return to Valve’s platform after four years of Battle.Net exclusivity, with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 in 2018. Some promotional arts were also spotted by users.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is a sequel to the 2019 remake and will be the first release in the series after Microsoft bought Activision Blizzard for BRL 68.7 billion – considered the biggest acquisition in the history of the games industry. Despite suspicions that the series could be exclusive to Xbox, Microsoft has assured that upcoming releases will also be on PlayStation.

Don’t forget, too, that this month of June will be full of news with the Summer Game Fest events, starting with Sony’s State of Play this Thursday (2), at 19:00 GMT. You can keep an eye on all the news with the Voxel’s non-E3 coverageboth here on the site and on YouTube!

Larry Brown

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