Activision announced today that the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (not to be confused with the series' 2009 entry, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2) will be getting its worldwide trailer reveal on June 8 at 10am PT. They also posted a short teaser trailer that presumably gives us some idea of the game's setting and tone. Despite the worldwide reveal taking place in six days, there are quite a few details we know about Modern Warfare 2 already that Activision has revealed: Infinity Ward is in charge of production, it's a sequel to 2019's Modern Warfare reboot, it's releasing October 28 and it's being developed "from the ground up" in a new engine alongside a new Warzone experience, also developed by Infinity Ward.
One thing that hasn't been announced are platforms, though a few details seem to have leaked out. A page is live for the game on the PSN Store, though it doesn't provide any additional details, such as whether it'll appear on PlayStation 4 as well as PlayStation 5. It also seems like it may be coming to Steam as well, after the last few titles have been exclusive to the Battle.net launcher on PC. A few days ago, a user on reddit spotted Modern Warfare 2 key art on the Steam page for previous Call of Duty entries, though it was quickly replaced with a blank image. In response to Activision's Tweet about the game today, however, the official Steam Twitter account responded with an eye emoji
The timing of the reveal is interesting too. Activision is listed as a partner for the Summer Game Fest 2022, but there's already a YouTube page for the livestream, and it doesn't appear to be connected to any other presentation. It seems odd that Activision wouldn't tie the trailer debut to a larger event, but as of now, there are no events listed for June 8 on the Summer Game Fest 2022 website, so it appears this will be an isolated trailer debut.