Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Logo Unveiled Ahead of 'New Era of Call of Duty'

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Logo Unveiled Ahead of 'New Era of Call of Duty'

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Richard Walker

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 has been confirmed not once, but twice, and now, you can add a third time to the list, as developer Infinity Ward has today unveiled an exciting new logo for the game. I can hardly contain myself.

“The new era of Call of Duty is coming,” the official Call of Duty Twitter account has teased, with a small animation revealing the game's streamlined logo. A sequel to 2019's Modern Warfare reboot, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is set to arrive later this year, alongside a “new Call of Duty Warzone experience”.

Presumably, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 will be dropping sometime in November, as per Call of Duty tradition, although that tradition could be interrupted in 2023, according to rumours. In present day Call of Duty world, meanwhile, Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone's Season Three: Classified Arms went live this week, with a new Battle Pass, trailered below.

We'll keep our eyes peeled for further Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 developments, including a full reveal, which will no doubt be sometime this summer. August, or something.

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  • About. Fucking. Time.
  • Is it really a new era, if the game showcasing this new era is a sequel to a reboot or a reboot of a sequel?
  • I'm so confused.
  • Its a ground up remake like the 2019 one. Its the sequel to it. How is it confusing?
  • Only care about the single player aspect.

    I’m never let down when it comes to that.

    Could careless about multiplayer, don’t even touch multiplayer games anymore unless I’m playing a sports game.
  • Call of Duty games have been coming out every year for 15 years. The Golden age was probably 2005 to 2012. Like it dropped off after Black Ops 2 and after 10 years of meh COD games i don't know how you can be hyped for this and not feel like a huge tool.

    I guess we'll see what a new Era of COD looks like but I have a feeling it won't be much different from the last few games.
  • I can't even remember the last CoD I bought. That ship sailed long ago, and so did Battlefield's for that matter.
  • COD...bahahahahahaa. Rinse and repeat and sheep flock to it. New era...ok. I used to love this series, then Black Ops 2 hit, and it was all downhill. Nowadays I shop the used game bins for COD titles just for the campaigns, and won't spend more then $5.00 on them. But hey, each to their own.
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