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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 expected in Fall 2009

Posted on Thursday, December 04 2008 @ 16:29:30 CET by

Activision Blizzard shared information about several upcoming games.

The game developed said they're working on Call of Duty 6, it will be known as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and you can expect it in Fall 2009. Guitar Hero 5 and a new Tony Hawk game were also confirmed:
At the meeting, Activision Blizzard showcased new games that would make sense for in-game ads, including the vaguely titled gGuitar Hero 5,h which included a screen shot of gameplay with a Burger King ad to the right of the note highway.

The publisher confirmed rumors that gTony Hawkh will be different this year. gYoufre not going to be playing this game with a controller in your hands,h said the company. The new gTony Hawkh arrives on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and DS in October.

Additionally, Activision Blizzard acknowledged the gCall of Dutyh series will move forward yet again with gCall of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 coming this fall. No details on the game were released.

Wefve also heard rumors that Bizarre Creations was working on a racing-oriented gJames Bondh game, which have turned out to be true. The original Bond adventure, not tied to a movie storyline, is coming this September. The former gProject Gotham Racingh studio is also working on an original racing IP for the publisher, which they tagged as geMario Kartf meets eForza.fh



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