A graphic featuring artwork from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is discovered on Steam, perhaps signifying that Call of Duty is returning to the PC store.
In the last five years, call to action fans on PC had to rely on Blizzard’s Battle.net app to buy the latest games in the series. Starting with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4all games and services for call to action were exclusive to Battle.net for PC to avoid fees from Steam and other stores. That could be changing soon, however. There is new evidence indicating that call to action may be returning to Steam with the next release of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2.
call to action fans recently explored the franchise’s Steam profile. although recent call to action games were not released through the PC store, all games from Call of Duty: WWII and reverse remain available for purchase. At the bottom of this profile was an amazing graphic. It’s nothing complicated, just a link to the call to action franchise portal on Steam. However, inside the image is a work of art by Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2concept art by Simon “Ghost” Riley.
After the art was discovered and shared online in various call to action communities, it was quickly removed and replaced with a blank blue graphic. With no official comment on the matter, there’s no way to say exactly what that means. Obviously, it was loaded by accident. If it was accidentally shipped too early and indicates an upcoming Steam release for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2or if the art was used accidentally and that means nothing is left to be seen.
The evidence at hand is not substantial by any means. There is no confirmation or firm evidence of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 being released on Steam. But what’s there is, at the very least, eyebrow-raising. a graph with Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 art being uploaded to an official Steam page is no small feat.
call to action returning to Steam is not an impossible decision by any means, but it would be surprising at this point. What would make sense is if Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard were completed and then call to action has been brought back to Steam. Microsoft has done the same for many of its major game releases in recent memory. But Activision hasn’t shown any indication it wants to do so yet.
All call to action fans on PC can do is wait for more information at this point. Most Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 news will come relatively soon as the game is planned to be released later this year. Steam support probably wouldn’t be a big announcement, but it would nevertheless be significant for PC gamers.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 releases on October 28.
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