A debut trailer featuring the fan-favorite Task Force 141 dropped today, teasing that more of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is coming on June 8.
The "Ultimate Team" teaser shows a truck full of the soldiers making up the aforementioned group getting ready for battle. As the trailer comes to an end, it confirms that more Modern Warfare II info is coming next week.
Unlike last week's official MWII release date reveal, the latest trailer for Modern Warfare 2 appears to confirm that the single-player campaign will see Task Force 141 go up against the Columbian cartels.
In addition, other sources are claiming that the much-awaited sequel to 2019's Modern Warfare will feature more close-quarters combat battles and what's likely going to be iconic set-piece moments that future Call of Duty fans will remember for years.
That's not all; a tweet from the official Steam Twitter account also implies that Call of Duty is coming back to Steam for the first time in years.
Activision's marquee franchise was a mainstay on Valve's popular digital games distribution platform before the controversial publisher made it exclusive to Battle.net starting in 2018 with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Regardless of what happens with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on June 8, we'll look back on it as the end of an era. The upcoming Call of Duty installment will likely be the final big release before Activision becomes part of Microsoft's Xbox Game Studios. There's still much uncertainty about how Call of Duty will change under new management. We're hoping that Infinity Ward and Activision give us something to remember.