Call of Duty: Modern Warfare got rebooted in 2019. Since then, Activision came up with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War in 2020, and Call of Duty: Vanguard in 2021. 2019’s Modern Warfare left a solid conclusion at the end of its story. The game ended with the scene in which Captain John Price and Laswell finalize the members of the rebooted Task Force 141. Coupled with this, several story cues left throughout the story have kept fans waiting for a sequel to this amazing game from 2019.
Recently, Infinity Ward confirmed that 2022’s Call of Duty will be a sequel to the 2019 reboot. The studio changed its official Twitter and Instagram profile picture to the upcoming game’s logo. Other than that, Activision and the developing studios have been pretty quiet about the title.
But, Activision just launched a new artwork reveal trailer for the game. In the short 1 minute video, the artwork is shown in pieces across shipment containers and vessels. We see most of the members of the newly formed Task Force 141 in this video too. This list includes Captain John Price, Kyle “Gaz” Garrick, John “Soap” Mactavish, and an all-new character from the Mexican Special Forces named Colonel Alejandro Vargas. We also spot a green neon painting that read “J – 8 – 22” in the trailer, which could hint at a June 8th reveal of the game.
At the end of the trailer, the publishers confirmed the release date for this game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is supposed to hit the shelves on October 28 this year.
These new developments are supposed to get fans extremely excited about the new game. New info on the game should drop at the events substituting this year’s E3. We cannot wait for this year’s Call of Duty!