In addition to 4K graphics + ultrawide support, the publisher claims the PC version of Infinity Ward’s shooter will offer players over 500 customisation options.
Modern Warfare 2 is currently available to pre-order on Battle.net and Steam, with this year’s release marking the first time a new series entry has launched on Valve’s service since 2017’s Call of Duty: WWII.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II PC Trailer
The Modern Warfare 2 release date is October 28, but players who pre-order the digital version of the game will be granted early access to its campaign starting on October 20.
Modern Warfare 2 will seemingly require players to register a phone number to play the game, much like Activision Blizzard‘s recently released Overwatch 2, although that requirement was later removed for the “majority of existing” players following a backlash.
While having a mobile phone may not seem like a large barrier to entry in modern life, the site specifies that mobile numbers with prepaid plans may not work.
As such, players who have a pay-as-you-go contract on their phone may not be able to sign up to Battle.net and play the game.