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News Flash: Call of Duty back in Modern Warfare2

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Welcome to another short and sweet Xboxic News Flash.

Activision Blizzard have confirmed that Modern Warfare 2, the hugely anticipated sequel to Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare will be called ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare2′ There has been much speculation over the confirmed title since the trailer only revealed it as Modern Warfare2, but in a quarterly earnings call, Activision boss ‘Michael Griffith’ only ever referred to the title by its Call of Duty brand.

So there you have it - Modern Warfare 2 will be expected to have the traditional Call of Duty branding afterall. Are we surprised?

Source: CVG

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Comment by Takumi on 2009-05-09 19:37:11 | Reply

Not really surprised, and to be honest i don’t think the name even matters, its the game that i care about.

likewise… here’s hoping for a lovely surprise Beta invite

Ok… Now wheres information of the game itself?

Yeah we’ve ran a couple of stories on it over the months - but I too wish IW would release a good juicy press release on games locations, plot, how many maps it comes with, new perks…list is endless - in fact I want it released right now too!

Comment by tony on 2009-05-10 14:09:07 | Reply

Thats good then because alot of people wouldnt know that modern warfare 2 is the next call of duty.

I think the logo is ugly though.

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