Much to the delight of fans, Activision has announced a brand new title call of duty and not yet another reboot. Thereby, this October 28we will discover Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II land on our game consoles, PlayStation or Xbox, and on PC. For the most impatient, the beta version is expected next month. Yippee!
The Call of Duty: Modern Warefare II beta is coming fast
As is usually the case, the video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will be available a little early thanks to the opening of the beta version to a handful of people. For this, Activision gives an appointment to the fans next month. Come on, the wait is almost over.
Clear your calendars September 15 for #CODNEXT – an era-defining, livestream franchise event.
✅ Full #ModernWarfare2 PM reveal
✅ The future of #Warzone
✅ The #Warzone mobile experience
✅ Live gameplay from your favorite streamers
+ More to come! pic.twitter.com/FTlSl7JryQ
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) August 7, 2022
To begin, the firm awaits you for a special event next September 15. This conference broadcast live-streamed on several platforms will be the perfect opportunity to talk about the future of the franchise, and in particular Warzone. The course of a new era seems to be approaching, according to Activision. There are great things happening, the firm promises us.
From the next day, and until September 17serious things will begin with the opening of the beta of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II for PlayStation players who pre-ordered the game. Then will come the turn of all PlayStation players, from September 18 to 20. Xbox and PC players who have pre-ordered the game will be able to discover the beta from September 22 and 23 before it is open to all platforms from September 24. A slightly complicated schedule, depending on the platform you play on or whether or not you have pre-ordered the game. But in the end, everyone should find their account.
With PlayStation gamers spoiled with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare IIit is difficult to say that the license call of duty could slip out of PlayStation’s hands to become an Xbox exclusive following Microsoft’s takeover of Activision.