Intense 7-Minute Trailer Has Call of Duty Fans Swooning Over Modern Warfare II – “That Was F***ing Sick”

Published 06/10/2022, 7:50 AM EDT

Infinity Ward finally made the big reveal of the Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2. They did it during their Summer Game Fest bit on June 8, 2022. Fans witnessed a kick-ass gameplay trailer alongside other exciting updates. The game had already topped the list of anticipated releases, so the big reveal was nothing but a delight. 

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Interestingly, it not only attracted fans but also streamers from different parts of the world. The majority of them had a positive reaction, as they understood the developers’ massive effort into creating this title. Although, the others had intriguing questions about the characters, storyline, and gameplay.

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Infinity Ward goes big with the Call Of Duty Modern Warfare II trailer!

The American giant released the Modern Warfare II trailer 24 hours prior to its gameplay reveal. It only extended to a sneak peek of the entire gameplay until they published the official one. 

Johana Faries, the general manager of Call of Duty, attended the event as a host. She showcased the gameplay of Modern Warfare 2’s Dark Water nighttime mission. With that, fans witnessed the iconic Task Force 141 trying to intercept the enemy’s controls for a missile launch. Interestingly, the video featured Task Force 141’s Ghost, Soap, and Vargas working to conquer the enemy vessel. 

So now, let’s look at how fans reacted to the trailer.

During the gameplay reveal, Infinity Ward extended to a few other campaign missions, ultimately confirming that Dark Water was just a small part. They also spoke about new movement mechanics and AI advancements coming to Call of Duty.

Activision’s updated price band!

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A few days back, Activision reported increasing the price of their upcoming title by $10 across all platforms. Originally, the base version of the Call of Duty games was priced up to $60 which now has been changed to $70. The price change will come into effect starting from Modern Warfare II and will continue further.

Apart from that, Activision will also release a Value edition for $99 that will give access to the exciting battle pass and a few other things.

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What were your thoughts about the trailer? Did you like it or you were expecting something more? Let us know in the comments section.

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Atharv Phadke

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Atharv is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Journalism from Mumbai University, Atharv has a keen eye for writing engaging content. He enjoys all kinds of games but thoroughly follows FPS games such as Call of Duty, Apex Legends and Fortnite.

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