Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: Release date is set – these legends are there

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: Release date is set - these legends are there

Infinity Ward confirms that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 release date: The first-person shooter will be released on October 28, as the developers announced on Twitter. In an attached teaser video, the creators also present new artwork – and show which operators are celebrating their return in the reboot of the 2009 first-person shooter. “Sonderkommando 141 is making its massive impact and presence throughout the Port of Long Beach in a colossal unveiling of unprecedented proportions,” the developers write on the Call of Duty website. The operators are said to be new along with new legends Call of Duty era herald

First operators confirmed

The reveal of the release date of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 took place in California’s Long Beach instead of. There, the makers have published quite a large amount of secret data. “With 8,361 square meters of iconography viewable from space, the next chapter of the franchise was unveiled. Over the course of 24 hours, a team maneuvered a massive cargo ship containing Modern Warfare 2 packaging with the enigmatic Sonderkommando 141 agent Ghost on its storage containers, and docked to the port, which contained another MW2 image to complete the giant puzzle,” writes Infinity Ward.

Reference to NFTs in Modern Warfare 2?

Characters in Modern Warfare 2 include Captain John Price, Sergeant “Soap” MacTavish, Sergeant Kyle “Gaz” Garrick, and Colonel Alejandro Vargas. Further information is to be expected shortly. “And soon you’ll have the opportunity to own a piece of this dock-spanning art and become part of our story,” the Call of Duty website continues. It remains to be seen whether this might mean NFTs. After all, there was April already the first indications of thisthat Call of Duty could rely on non-fungible tokens in the future. It was recently reported that the first gameplay for Modern Warfare 2 could be shown in early June.