There were lots of questions raised as to why the term Call of Duty is not used in Modern Warfare 2 because it is the sequel to Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
Robert Bowling, the community manager has given an explanation to this decision of the Infinity Ward.
Robert Bowling recently said to MTV that the game is called only Modern Warfare 2 because they want to emphasize on the fact that Modern Warfare is a direct sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. He said, “This has never happened inCall of Duty before. They’re typically their own campaigns and totally unrelated to the previous one. This one, is indeed a direct sequel and we just want to make that clear.”
The flipside to the Modern Warfare 2 title is that folks may not know that it is still essentially a CoD game.
Well! The demo of the game at E3 conference in Los Angeles was pulse pounding. It was awesome. Here is a video of the demo.
MW2 will be unveiled at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. (E3) Convention today. It will be a rare early look of the game. It seems that the Santa Monica-based studio is putting the finishing touches.
It will be like one of its seemingly impossible missions. Gamers, as an elite combat specialist, follow the task force leader Captain “Soap” MacTavish. He climb a sheer ice floe in Kazakhstan.
We will get the sound of the crunch as the ice ax and crampons penetrate the frozen cliff face. Gamers will attempt a death-defying leap a gap in a cliff ledge and at the moment when it looks as if gamers has fallen, McTavish grabs on and pulls to safety.
On the way gamers also join in Black Hawk Down-style urban fight in Rio de Janeiro. Even in infiltration of an Afghanistan cave camp and also wage underwater battles.
Its interesting. Right? All these leads to an enemy outpost where gamers are triggered with outmanned and outgunned diversionary explosions and they escape in a snowmobile chase rivaling the forest speeder-bike.
Good news for all CoD fans. At last a confirmation comes from Activision that the brand ‘Call of Duty’ is back in the title of CoD 4 sequel, Modern Warfare 2.
Michael Griffith, the Activision boss, recently said during its quarterly earnings call last night that he expects Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 to be the “must-have title of the year.”
Griffith also mentioned that when the first version of the Modern Warfare was introduced two years before, the game set a new bar for first person action games. The catalog sales for MW continued to be strong and till now has sold over 13 million units globally.
According to updates there has been no details leaked as yet, but expect mags full of new information to land around E3 – where the big reveal will be happening.
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