The highly anticipated sequel to Call of Duty, Modern Warfare, will be released in October, and we have extensive information about the game’s story, multiplayer, and more, including the long-rumored DMZ mode. Several fan-favorite characters from previous games in the series, including Price, Ghost, Gaz, and Soap, will return for Modern Warfare 2, which picks up after the 2019 remake of the original game.
There will be a shared engine for all future Call of Duty games, and Infinity Ward has revealed that both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 are in development. The current Warzone build has become bloated due to the addition of several Call of Duty games, but this should help prevent that.
At E3 2022, the developers of Modern Warfare 2 showed off trailers and a wealth of spectacular new water technology footage. We don’t anticipate there being a mission as divisive as “Clean House” from Modern Warfare 2019, given that Infinity Ward wants the campaign to strike a balance between entertainment and challenge. And the multiplayer in Modern Warfare 2 is shaping out to be simply insane.
Modern Warfare 2 Release Date
Modern Warfare 2 releases on October 28, 2022. Activision is taking advantage of a leaner autumn release window to release Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 earlier than expected. Call of Duty 2022 may launch early due to Call of Duty: Vanguard’s poor sales. Vanguard “didn’t fulfill expectations” because people dislike World War 2, according to Activision. Modern Warfare 2 May re-energize the franchise as it enters its 19th year if it’s set in modern-day Latin America.
Modern Warfare 2 Trailer
On June 8, a trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was released, giving us our first real look at the game. Captain Price, Kyle “Gaz” Garrick, Sergeant “Soap” MacTavish, Ghost, and newcomer Colonel Alejandro Vargas can all be seen, as can Ghost and the rest of the cast.
Based on our early impressions, this campaign will have a lot of exciting, cinematic missions, and a lighter, more carefree tone than its 2019 predecessor. Get ready for some crazy missions (including one that takes place primarily underwater in an Amsterdam canal) and nail-biting gunfights.
Pre-order Modern Warfare 2 Now
Pre-orders for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 are now available, and there are two different editions to choose from: the Cross-Gen bundle, which includes both the original Xbox and PlayStation games, as well as the current-gen versions of the game (PC players only receive the base game and pre-order bonuses), and the Vault Edition. Features exclusive to the Vault Edition include:
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Modern Warfare 2 Story
Taking place three years after the events of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019), Modern Warfare 2 is a direct sequel to that game. In the last moments of the game, Captain Price and his CIA handler Kate Laswell sit together to discuss the threat posed by Victor Zakhaev, the evolving situation with General Shepherd, and the establishment of Task Force 141. Spoiler alert for those who haven’t played the game yet!
While Warzone did technically continue the Modern Warfare tale by reintroducing us to Ghost and bringing back some major characters from the dead, that’s about all there is to it. When Modern Warfare 2 begins, Task Force 141 has already proven itself worthy of the most challenging assignments. They’re still getting their hands dirty for the sake of keeping humanity’s, but this new round of “modern warfare” appears less in your face. You can count on lots of excitement, daring missions, and international travel.
What Is DMZ Mode In Call of Duty?
According to recent rumors, the game mode ‘DMZ’ that will be included in Modern Warfare 2 will be modeled around Escape from Tarkov. Insiders continue to suggest(opens in new tab) that Modern Warfare 2 DMZ has been in development since 2018. The game will reportedly see players working over wider maps to obtain treasure, evade competing teams, and successfully remove from the map with their gains.
The words “DMZ” are inscribed in the upper right corner of the image that was just leaked from a hands-on with an NFL player (opens in new tab). The image appears to be from the video game Modern Warfare 2. In light of the fact that games like Tarkov and Hunt: Showdown are gaining more and more fans, we can’t wait to see how Call of Duty will interpret this particular genre of video game.