This Wednesday (8), the studios Activision and Infinity Ward decided to show once and for all the first trailer for the next and long-awaited game in the franchise, and through it, we have clues to the story.

After months and months of leaks of all kinds and new officialization, the first trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has finally surfaced.

Long-awaited by the community, the next title from Infinity Ward is quite promising. We all hope it raises the bar on previous games in the franchise, especially since the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard was not well received by gamers. After reviewing the first trailer for the game, fans’ hopes can be renewed. Check out in this article the main details of the new game.

What we see in the new Modern Warfare 2 trailer
Through the first trailer, we could find our “*Ultimate * Team Weapon,” led by Captain Price. Even if it’s just footage taken from cutscenes and not gameplay footage (don’t worry, they’re coming very soon), we still get a good glimpse of the atmosphere Modern Warfare 2 will plunge us into.

Modern Warfare 2 will begin its plot three years after the events of the last game in the franchise and will take us straight to the heart of a conflict in which the United States and Mexico will be the main protagonists. For the record, the US did send battalions to eliminate a foreign general, thus putting the country at risk. For everything to go as it should, the different forces will have every interest in getting along and reaching an agreement.

Even though we didn’t have any gameplay footage during this reveal, the various streamers who mainly play Call of Duty: Warzone and were invited to the conference on Tuesday, June 7, still gave some information about the game.

According to various reports, it seems that the game’s developers have focused on a very different mechanic and will bring a lot of aquatic environments to this new work, with many missions taking place in the water. If the gameplay is considerably closer to that of Modern Warfare, everything related to the “water” mechanics, including diving, will be more present than ever.

Also, it looks like weapon customization has been overhauled so that you can only put three attachments on them but automatically implement all weapon variants. For example, if you unlock the AK-47, the base weapon, your variant will be the AK12, so you can also place three attachments. Put: all variants can therefore be modified.

Now, wait for the actual reveal of the gameplay footage, which will take place tomorrow during the Summer Games Fest. Please note that these will be gameplay footage from the campaign, not multiplayer. For the multi, we’ll have to wait a little longer! However, we already know that the RICOCHET Anti-Cheatâ„¢ system will be released together with the titles, which indicates that they care about the players’ experience.

The game launch
The release date is October 2022 for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, and Series X/S, and it is also available for PC on Steam and Battle.net. As if that weren’t enough, the company also claims that Warzone 2.0 will arrive later this year, and a mobile game (which in this case would be Warzone) is also in development.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 pre-orders are now available on multiple platforms for those who can’t wait, and many of them include early access, Beta play, skins, additional content, and more.