Modern Warfare® II is Officially Live Worldwide — Play Now!
Squad up. Grind it out. Have fun. No matter how you play, welcome to the new era of Call of Duty® with the launch of Modern Warfare II.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is here.
Welcome to the worldwide launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.
But first . . .
If you aren’t sure what Modern Warfare II offers, check out this “Everything You Need to Know” overview.
If you want a more detailed guide on Multiplayer, check out this overview.
For those looking to chase those camos — yes, you, self-proclaimed “#1 Call of Duty athletes” — we have a Progression overview here (although most likely, you’re already well on the way to Element 119).
If you want to help place veterans in a high-quality job, learn about the C.O.D.E. Protector Pack here.
Outside of following Call of Duty and Infinity Ward on Twitter in case of important updates, and contacting Activision Support for any issues you are having…
You could be diving into Campaign, Multiplayer, or Special Ops right now. And we recommend you do, because we are less than a month away from the launch of Call of Duty®: Warzone™ 2.0 and Season 01 of Modern Warfare II on November 16.
There is plenty more content to come: Expect more intel on Season 01 during the first full week of November.
Congratulations and Thank You to the Amazing Development Teams
The full game you can play now is the result of an incredible global effort across multiple studios, as mentioned in the lead-up to launch:
Whether it was revealing the game’s artwork with a 90,000-square-foot wrap in the port of Long Beach, dropping a ton of intel at Call of Duty®: Next, or playing the game’s record-setting Beta alongside the community, we hope that you’re ready to enjoy the new era of Call of Duty.
This game was made possible by a global, cross-studio development team who are proud to share their hard work with the world.
Development for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, as well as Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 when it launches, is led by Infinity Ward with additional development support provided (in alphabetical order) by Activision Central Design, Activision QA, Activision Shanghai, Beenox, Demonware, High Moon Studios, Raven Software, Sledgehammer Games, Toys for Bob, and Treyarch.