As recent leaks and rumours suggested, Call of Duty is officially heading back to Steam. The franchise left Valve's platform behind in favour of Blizzard's Battle.net service back in 2018, but now with this year's release of Modern Warfare 2, the series will be back on Steam.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2022) was officially announced earlier this year, but we only got our first look at the game last night, when the new reveal trailer dropped. After the trailer's release, pre-orders for the game also went live on all platforms, including Steam and Battle.net. So far, there is no confirmation on the series heading to the Epic Games Store.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be releasing on the 28th of October and ‘later in the year' Warzone 2.0 should launch as well. While Modern Warfare 2 has been confirmed for Steam, a Store Page for Warzone has not gone live yet, but that game should be available as a separate download on Steam, just as it is on Battle.net.
We first heard that Call of Duty might be coming back to Steam last week, when Modern Warfare 2 artwork was discovered on the Steam Store. Valve later fuelled speculation by tweeting out the Modern Warfare 2 trailer date announcement.
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