In 2017, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was released on Battle.net — the first game in the series accessible on Activision Blizzard’s launcher as opposed to Steam. The trend went on with ensuing CoDs: Modern Warfare, Warzone, Black Ops Cold War, and Vanguard. That pattern may be switching with the current year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, in the event that we can add something extra to sprinkle workmanship spotted on Steam and afterward presented on Reddit by a client named Kalinine(opens in new tab).
The art, which was found at the bottom of pages for Call of Duty DLC, was immediately eliminated and presently clear pictures show under pages like the one gathering DLC for Black Ops 3(opens in new tab). While it was still live, the splash showed a similar picture of Lt. Simon ‘Ghost’ Riley being used to promote Modern Warfare 2 in, for example, the tweet announcing its release date(opens in new tab). Cheers to Redditor garysplay, who saved a link to the background art(opens in a new tab).
While it very well may be a straightforward error with respect to whoever cares for updating the CoD pages on Steam, the series getting back to Valve’s customer facing facade would check out. Present day Warfare 2 will be the primary CoD delivered since Microsoft’s procurement of Activision Blizzard, and Microsoft has been carrying more games to Steam in recent years. The Halo series, for example, as well as Gears 5, Sea of Thieves, Minecraft Dungeons, and the last two or three Forza Horizon games.
It’s difficult to envision, regardless of whether CoD re-visitation of Steam, that Blizzard games like World of Warcraft will follow it, nonetheless. Also, regardless of whether Modern Warfare 2 emerge on Steam, that doesn’t promise you will not need to utilize Battle.net to send off it too. That is as yet the situation with Ubisoft’s games and Uplay, er, Ubisoft Connect. We’ll figure out nearer to Modern Warfare 2’s launch on October 28.