Developer says Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is not “a commentary on current events”
The full release of Modern Warfare 2 is just around the corner, and ahead of this developer, Infinity Ward is keen to make a few things clear – especially since, despite some similarities in missions, the game doesn’t offer a “commentary” on current events in the world.
“It’s an entertaining adventure,” Call of Duty narrative director Brian Bloom recently explained (via PC games). “And in terms of real people and real places doing real things, you know, these are not based on actual events.”
Bloom went on to say that the team, however, is inspired by real-world events. “We want you to feel as if you’re playing the game, it’s happening in the world you live in, and our heroes are here to do things that bring the world back to the way it was, the way we left it, to take back it,” he continued.
“And that’s part of the kind of spirit on the modern warfare side of the house.”
Modern Warfare 2 is set for its full release tomorrow. Before that, Infinity Ward advised players Not to change their console area Trying to get early access to the game.
The developer released a statement warning players that they may experience “connection issues” and may find themselves “locked out of the game” until it is officially released in their region if they do so. So be careful. It may not be worth a try, Captain Price.
Instead, why not take a look at our summary Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer release time for PC, Xbox and PlayStation is here.
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