A few weeks later confirm its existenceActivision Blizzard announced the release date of the next Call of Duty game, Modern Warfare II, in a tweet accompanied by a video showing off character art from the game.
The tweet reads “#ModernWarfare2 ships October 28th.” Understood? Ships…? The video in the tweet has an image of a cargo ship? You will love the joke if you watch the clip. In the video above, it is revealed that many familiar faces from Task Force 141 appear in Modern Warfare II. As the drone footage rolls over the Port of Long Beach, the camera focuses on the sides of shipping containers showing portraits of Captain John Price, Simon “Ghost” Riley, John “Soap” MacTavish, Kyle ‘Gaz’ Garrick, and according to the YouTube description for the video, the introduction by Mexican Special Forces Colonel Alejandro Vargas.
For a closer look at the cast of Modern Warfare II, check out the gallery below.
While we now know Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II “ships” on October 28, we don’t know much about the setting, plot, and multiplayer, and still don’t have any which platform is known to release. PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC are a decent game, but PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are capable, but the additions are questionable as we move forward in console generation.