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Developer Infinity Ward returns to helm the reboot to the reboot of the original Modern Warfare from 2007. We know that the reboot is launching on October 28, 2022, and will be cross-gen.
Picking up not long after the events of 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the sequel gives players the chance to experience the beginnings of Task Force 141 and how they become one of the most iconic squads. We’ll see a ton of familiar faces and according to the developer, the campaign will take us across the world, including offshore sieges with underwater combat.
Furthermore, players will be able to take on Special Ops, a tactical co-op mode made to establish their team-building skills.
Multiplayer returns with new Operators, weapons and ” a wide range of maps and modes.”
Following the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, the free-to-play Warzone 2.0 mode will launch bringing with it new technology and features and gameplay. The team working on Warzone 2.0 have taken feedback from players and built upon that. And if you want to stick with the original Warzone, you’ll be free to continue playing it as a separate experience.
Infinity Ward says that starting with Modern Warfare II, the game uses a new, next-gen engine (the same one used in Modern Warfare).