Modern Warfare 2 appears to be revealed as Infinity Ward teases Ghost | VGC

Infinity Ward looks set to unveil its sequel to 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Last Friday, the Activision studio went into darkness Social Mediaand changes its profile pictures and headline pictures to what initially appears to be completely dark.

But when enhanced, the images reveal what appears to be the silhouette of the fan-favorite character Ghost, who first appeared in the original 2009 Modern Warfare 2:

Modern Warfare 2 appears to be revealed as Infinity Ward teases Ghost

Activision confirmed that this year’s Call of Duty sequel would be a Modern Warfare sequel earlier this year, following several reports on the project.

As first reported by VGC, Modern Warfare 2’s campaign will be centered around the drug war against Colombian cartels.

Sources said the single-player story is “a more cruel bid for Modern Warfare 2019’s campaign”, with closer matches, difficult decision-making and the classic Call of Duty scenery that fans have come to expect.

According to people with knowledge of the developer’s plans, Modern Warfare 2 will be released along with a brand new map for Warzone: the third such brand new arena to be launched for the Battle Royale spin-off.

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As with Verdansk, which is based on Modern Warfare 2019, and Caldera, which was launched shortly after last year’s Vanguard, the new MW2 Warzone map will consist of various classic points of interest, it is claimed.

Finally, Infinity Wards Warzone maps will have a different purpose: to house the third state of Modern Warfare 2, which is described by sources as a mixture of PvP and PvE, similar to Battlefield 2042’s Hazard Zone.

The unnamed game mode, which is said to have been underway for several years, is expected to see players battle cartel AI with friends as they attempt to complete goal-based missions within the same MW2 Warzone map.

According to a recent report, Activision has decided to delay 2023’s Call of Duty game, marking the first time in almost 20 years that it has skipped an annual release.