Few sagas more consolidated than Call of Duty. And it is that in its almost 20 years of life, and although in recent times it has begun to show some exhaustion, today it still has a legion of followers who are satisfied with the new releases, it is still a real machine of making money and, probably most importantly, it maintains a fairly decent level of gameplay, which continues to attract new players to this day.
The periodicity in the launch of new titles of the franchise is a key element, and it is necessary to find a balance so as not to saturate the market and the players, but also not to give the feeling of abandonment. This does not only affect the releases themselves, we must also relate it to all the announcements around them. And in that, with Call of Duty among other franchises, Activision is quite an expert. And beware, I do not connote it negatively, far from it.
The latest example of this can be found in the long-awaited Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, a direct continuation of Modern Warfare, one of the branches of the family that has left its users with the best memories, and with the extra that it is also signed by Infinity Ward, a reliable sign that what awaits us will be quite good, something that is also guaranteed (although, as always, we must be cautious), for the trailer that was released just a few hours agoand which you can see below:
But, of course, the trailer could not come alone, because Activision has taken the opportunity to tell us that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will hit the market on October 28, so we still have to wait a few months to enjoy it. Of course, those who do not want to wait so long have a very interesting option. Activision has already activated the pre-purchase of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for various platforms (PlayStation, Xbox and PC through Battle.net and Steam) and, in this way, be able to access the beta versions that will be released soon.
Access to the Call of Duty: Modern Warface II betas is offered on all platforms and, in addition, in both editions of the game, the standard and the Vault, which includes some interesting extras, and which will also come to PC, PlayStation and Xbox. As for its prices, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II for PC costs €69.99while the Vault version adds 30 euros more, rising to €99.99.