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New Modern Warfare 2 Trailer Released

A New Trailer shows off some of the great new features coming to MW2

Updated: Sep 15, 2022 6:26 pm
New Modern Warfare 2 Trailer Released

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A new Modern Warfare 2 trailer has been dropped.

Activision released the trailer at COD next on 15 September 2022.

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The trailer shows off a huge amount of detail about the upcoming game.

Let’s take a look at the Modern Warfare 2 trailer.

New Modern Warfare 2 Trailer

The new trailer showed off a lot of new gameplay details. Some of the biggest new details included a lot of footage of the new map that was leaker earlier today.

Not only did we get to see the new map, but we got a look at popular characters like Ghost showing off their combat skills.

One of the most interesting parts of the new trailer was seeing just how open and varied gameplay has become over the years. This might actually be the best COD game we’ve had in a long time.

Modern Warfare 2 Gameplay Features

During the launch of the trailer, the development team behind the game talked about a slew of new features coming to MW2 multiplayer. We’ll likely have to wait for release for more details on the single-player campaign.

According to some of the presenters, there has been a huge upgrade to the way that water works. Not only is it much more realistic, but there is a big focus on how weapons and vehicles work while in the water. You can also use it for cover, but there will be a realistic loss of vision the deeper you get.

Another big Modern Warfare 2 upgrade is related to combat and movement. There is a lot more fluidity to combat in the game, including new ledge hang and diving mechanics that allow you to keep firing while moving around.

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