COD Modern Warfare 2 is scheduled to be released on October 28th, 2022, as shown in the latest teaser trailer that features the artwork of the game’s main characters, featuring Modern Warfare’s icon Simon “Ghost” Riley. This is great news for the COD fans who remember the previous Modern Warfare 2, as there seems to be a lot of mystery surrounding the game, and most likely it could be a sequel to 2019’s Call of Duty. There have been several leaks about the game, but the absence of reliable information has left many people curious about the game.
COD Modern Warfare 2 trailer and release date
Owing to a spectacular disclosure on an unparalleled scale, Activision confirmed Task Force 141, which makes its tremendous influence and presence felt across the Port of Long Beach. With the release of COD Modern Warfare 2, a globalized squad of famous veterans and fresh tales of yet unknown covert operations will offer new age of Call of Duty.
Drone footage covered the ship’s full journey as it docked, exposing some early significant disclosures for the game, notably artwork providing the first sight at CODTask Force 141’s newest members and the Modern Warfare 2 release date.
What can we anticipate from the COD Modern Warfare 2 trailer?
Call of Duty just dropped a great deal of information in the Port of Long Beach. The next chapter in the iconic brand was launched with 90,000 square feet of noticeable space artwork. The COD crew navigated a big cargo ship with a Modern Warfare 2 wrap portraying the cryptic Task Force 141 Operative Ghost on its storage containers over the course of several hours, docking at a port with another MWII picture, concluding the giant puzzle.
Captain John Price, Sergeant Kyle “Gaz” Garrick, Sergeant “Soap” MacTavish, lone-wolf Simon “Ghost” Riley, and Colonel Alejandro Vargas of the Mexican Special Forces are among the members of Task Force 141 who have been revealed via first asset intel.
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