Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is finally going to be released on PlayStation, XBox and PC in October. And, we finally have a sneak preview of the game thanks to the first official trailer.
It is not a secret that Infinity Ward works on the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare since 2019. And finally this popular gaming studio released a trailer to show of its newest pride and joy. Modern Warfare II features a single player campaign which is directly correlated to the previous release. But, there is also the possibility to play this in a multiplayer mode with a brand new tactical Co-Op mode.
The nice thing about this game is that it has different missions all around the world. The Task Force 141 is assigned to neutralize a terrorist threat against the USA.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Characters
You as the gamer, can choose to fight alongside the most popular soldiers such as Captain John Price, callsign Bravo Six, which is a special forces sniper and the main protagonist of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise.
Another prominent member from the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise is Simon “Ghost” Riley. Lieutenant Simon Riley is another operative from the British special forces and a prominent member of the Task Force 141. Known for his iconic skill-patterned balaclava, headset and dark red sunglasses.
Another fun and playable character is Lieutenant “Gaz”. Member of the Special Air Service and tritagonist on Call of Duty. This veteran special forces operator is also featured in this new release by Infinity War.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II – The backstory
These team members are forced into the dark and dangerous world of terrorism. Their individual strengths and weaknesses is what makes them unique and unlike any other playable characters out there.
As you play a game, your mind subconsciously becomes more and more connected with the character and begins to think of it as part of yourself. Call of Duty is such a immersive game, that it is virtually impossible not to be emotionally connected to your favorite character.
The problem is, that this game comes at the worst possible moment ever. As we are writing this, we are witnessing all the things that are happening in Ukraine. And, like that wasn’t enough we also have the shootings happening in the USA too. It’s just a bad timing for a game of this nature.
Another key moment for the release of this game is the lawsuit against Activision over royalties. 38 employees of Infinity Ward, both past and present, claim that the publisher owes them over $54 million in bonus payments. And according to the suit, Activision has been holding its staff “hostage” since the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 by withholding payments.
Patrick Kelly who is the co-studio head of Infinity Ward states that the Call of Duty franchise consists of a made up story, but inspired by true events. Events happening in the real world, which shapes and affects the world we live in.
Kelly has worked on more than 50 games but it is best known for his role as creative director for Call of Duty titles Infinity Warfare and Modern Warfare. So, his view on the world usually shapes the Call of Duty story.
Task Force 141’s next global campaign, will be immersive, world class Multiplayer special ops experience. All carefully crafted with gameplay and technical innovations that will introduce fans to the new era of Call of Duty.
One of the most exiting news is that this game just might be released for mobile devices as well. A new era for Call of Duty begins on October 28. The sequel to the record-setting game is almost here. And the all-new Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 comes out later this year. This fantastic game is coming back to Steam and PC starting with Modern Warfare II. And there’s more to come.
Stay tuned and check us out for more news.