This year’s Call of Duty entry from series creators, Infinity Ward, is not just a reimagining of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II from 2009, it’s a direct sequel to the studio’s 2019 effort. And as with that game, Modern Warfare II is more than just an update to an older title, it’s a complete overhaul and features some seriously groundbreaking tech set to push the franchise forward, and some of the biggest thinking from a studio towards the IP yet.
We had a chance to sit through a lengthy and in-depth presentation on some of the game’s new features.
Here’s a snippet:
We were shown portions of a few missions. Nightwar took place at night and featured a crashed chopper our TF141 operatives had to secure. The majority of the mission playthrough utilised night vision and also featured a lot of breach and clear building-to-building searches. This was a classic CoD-style mission and also stood as the best representation of how this is a direct sequel to the studio’s last effort.Click here for our in-depth Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 preview.