Modern Warfare 2 Leaks: The gameplay for Call of Duty has been leaked in parts and pieces, including stressful vehicle portions with drivable vehicles and more.
Activision Blizzard has been unusually quiet on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s features and content. While the broad strokes are defined, details like weapon choices, campaign details, and other morsels remain absent, which allows leakers to disclose what they’ve learned. 3rbbcod leaked Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 gameplay video. His film comprises of three separate stages of the game, with the longest and most dramatic being the highway segment, where the player confronts foes in moving cars, leaps from one to another, and even drives it as they continue.
Modern Warfare 2 Leaks: What is in the Fottage?
Modern Warfare 2 Leaks: The two remaining portions highlight a returning weapon — a variation of the renowned H&K MP7 PDW — and a diving piece where the player employs throwing knives to discreetly slaughter adversaries on a deserted pier. Moment-to-moment, Modern Warfare 2 gameplay resembles its predecessor. As obvious as it may seem, it’s a positive sign that the developer isn’t reinventing the wheel and that fans of the 2019 game should be excited.
Modern Warfare 2’s campaign length remains unknown. The leaked film doesn’t modify expectations in this area, but it does hint that there’s lots of variation in the experience, with enormous deserts and gloomy canals. This, together with the previously exhibited covert sniper scenarios, offers a strong image of the game.
Since pre-order owners get Modern Warfare 2’s story a week early, it will be the centrepiece until multiplayer comes. Activision Blizzard may be keeping most campaign details secret to encourage early adopters to enjoy the solo campaign before multiplayer.
Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer will be shown in mid-September, offering fans a taste of what’s to come. In the meanwhile, Modern Warfare 2 leaks may continue, but only time will tell.
Modern Warfare 2 arrives on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on October 28.