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All revealed in the next Call of Duty presentation

Call of Duty fans had plenty to get excited about during the Call of Duty: Next event held on Thursday. Developer Infinity Ward has revealed a number of details on what to expect from the upcoming title when it launches in October, including a map reveal, new mechanics, and gameplay footage.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer beta

Infinity Ward has detailed some of the features players can expect from the upcoming modern warfare 2 beta, including the types of games and the number of players that will participate in certain modes. In addition to the usual 6v6 matches, the upcoming beta will also feature Ground War mode, which will allow two teams of 32 players each to challenge each other.

The beta will include three multiplayer maps: Valderas Museum, Mercado Las Almas, and Farm 18. Additionally, it will come with the Sarrif Bay Ground War map. Players will also be able to try out the new Prisoner Rescue and Knockout options, which offer limited respawns. Finally, Invasion will find teams of 32 players competing in a deathmatch littered with multiple AI-controlled enemies.

The modern warfare 2 The beta will begin on September 16 for PlayStation owners, with a full rollout to other platforms at a later date. If you have a beta code, here’s how you can redeem it.

Above is a preview of “Call of Duty: Next.” Game developer Infinity Ward teased new details about the game on Thursday ahead of its October release.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0

During the Next presentation, Infinity Ward showed the sequel to Call of Duty: Warzone, the free battle royal shooter game. The sequel will now transition to a new map called Al Mazrah, a desert-centric area with large shooting ranges. It will also introduce a new area of war zone‘s Gulag, which will now force players to fight in 2v2 skirmishes to respawn after being killed. Additional Gulag changes include weapons found on every map and a Guardian that moves around the area.

Of course, the default Battle Royal mode will also feature multiple circles found around each map instead of a single large one that closes. Its purpose is to contain players in different parts of the map before bringing them together once more for a bigger battle.

There will also be another new mode: DMZ. Players will start the game by heading to a battlefield with no equipment and participate by collecting and mining any equipment possible. In terms of supplies and weapons, you can expect to see all of the weapons from Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. Expect familiar sights and modes with lots of different twists.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer

Players who would prefer to play in modern warfare 2multiplayer modes instead of Warzone 2.0 can do just that. There will be several updates to what players can actually do in multiplayer, with improved swimming, sprinting, and other physical actions.

This time around, the multiplayer mode will feature an all-new Loadout 2.0 system. In 2019 modern warfare, players had a wide variety of ways to customize their weapons and gear. This same system will be included in Warzone 2.0with additional options to make their gear more like their own.

Infinity Ward detailed the return of co-op Spec-Ops, third-person multiplayer playlists, and AI players to fill in larger maps and modes where many players are needed to start. Destiny 2-like raids will also be part of the equation, but little information has been provided about them.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is coming to Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC on October 28, 2022.


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