Call of Duty: Moden Warfare II Gameplay Reveal Trailers

The sequel to the record-setting Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® is almost here. Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® II will kick off a new era for the franchise when it releases worldwide on Friday, October 28. The game will be able available to purchase from Steam, as well as Activision's store, and is available for preorder now, which will also give you access to the open beta.

In Modern Warfare II you will experience what made Task Force 141 become the iconic and legendary squad that it is as the action picks up following the harrowing and breathtaking action from the remake of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019). 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II – World Reveal Gameplay Trailer

The trailer reveals a first look at the story which will take Task Force 141 featuring Captain John Price, Kyle ‘Gaz' Garrick, John ‘Soap' MacTavish, Simon ‘Ghost' Riley, to the Middle East, Mexico, and possibly more locations, accompanied by a new character, Colonel Alejandro Vargas of the Mexican Special Forces.

Official Dark Water Level Gameplay – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

This first look is a quick dip into the deep sea, which is the game's single-player experience. It was first revealed at the Summer Games Fest, hosted by Geoff Keighley, where Call of Duty® General Manager Johanna Faries and Infinity Ward's Narrative Director Jeff Negus unveiled the new mission worldwide.

An oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico is carrying cargo that could spark a global conflict: a weapon poised to strike.

Task Force 141 received intel from PMC Commander Graves of the Shadow Company that reveals missiles hidden on board an offshore platform. Shipped out to sea, a team of Soap, Ghost, and Mexican Special Forces Operator Alejandro, a new ally and seasoned veteran, battle heavy weather conditions long before they face their enemy and disarm the missiles.

Introducing Operation Dark Water, a Campaign mission in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II developed by Infinity Ward.
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