Activision shared a major announcement regarding Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II last week, revealing a teaser video and collection of key art showcasing the members of Task Force 141 that are set to return in Infinity Ward’s highly anticipated shooter. No platforms were listed in the complementing article by the Call of Duty staff, but an image shared on the official Modern Warfare II subreddit has now driven speculation that the game will be released on not only Activision Blizzard’s launcher, Battle.net, but also on Steam. The image is said to have appeared briefly on the DLC pages for some of the older Call of Duty games (e.g., Black Ops) and features new artwork of Simon “Ghost” Riley from Modern Warfare II. Recent titles that include Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War have been exclusive to Battle.net for PC gamers, but that may be set to change for Modern Warfare’s sequel, which is set for release on October 28, 2022.
Simon “Ghost” Riley. Captain John Price. Kyle “Gaz” Garrick. John “Soap” MacTavish. Alejandro Vargas.
And the rest?
“That’s need to know. Unless we got a deal.”
Task Force 141 makes its massive impact and presence known across the Port of Long Beach, thanks to a colossal reveal on an unprecedented scale.
A global squad of iconic veterans and new legends of yet untold clandestine missions, these Operators are set to deliver a new era of Call of Duty when Modern Warfare II releases on October 28, 2022.