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How many copies will Modern Warfare 2 sell in the US in January?
(01/3/10 - 01/30/10)

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327K
copies

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Daily Volume0
Total Volume243,450

How many copies will Modern Warfare 2 sell in the US in December?
(11/29/09 - 01/2/10)

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1.63M
copies

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Total Volume69,825

How many copies will Modern Warfare 2 sell in the US in November?
(11/1/09 - 11/28/09)

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4.20M
copies

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Daily Volume0
Total Volume71,107

What Metascore will Modern Warfare 2 receive?
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94
metascore

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0.00 (0.00%)

Daily Volume0
Total Volume41,707


PublisherActivision Blizzard StudioInfinity Ward GenreShooter
Release Dates11/10/09TBATBATBA

Activision Publishing CEO Mike Griffith today confirmed that Call of Duty creator Infinity Ward, which most recently handled Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, will return to the franchise next year with Call of Duty 6.

"In 2009, we expect Infinity Ward to deliver another [entry of] ground-breaking quality, Call of Duty 6," Griffith stated at today's Activision Blizzard Analyst Day. Earlier this year, the CEO revealed that a new Call of Duty game would arrive in 2009, but did not offer any other details at the time.

Confusingly, Griffith's presentation today seemed to date CoD 6 for 2010 as well. After discussing Treyarch's Call of Duty: World at War, which he referred to as Call of Duty 5, the CEO said that "for calendar year 2010, Infinity Ward is already at work on the next installment in the franchise."

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Confirmed Infinity Ward Developing Call of Duty 6 for 2009

shacknews - September 15, 2008


Submitted by Animate (6) at 7:55PM PST on September 15, 2008


Activision Publishing CEO Mike Griffith today confirmed that Call of Duty creator Infinity Ward, which most recently handled Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, will return to the franchise next year with Call of Duty 6.
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Activision Raising Prices in the UK for Modern Warfare

VGChartz - July 16, 2009


Submitted by noobie (89) at 2:19PM PST on July 16, 2009


Activision has just sent British retailers the information that Modern Warfare will have the SRP of £54.99 ($90.00). This is a £5.00 ($10) increase from the usual SRP of big games. In an interview with MCV UK Ian Curran, THQ EVP of worldwide publishing, says, "Exchange rates between the Euro and the pound are making it very difficult for publishers to show an acceptable operating margin in the UK."
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Activision announced 4 new games

G4tv.com - December 2, 2008


Submitted by RoarinRapid (227) at 8:42PM PST on December 3, 2008


While No extra information was added Activision just annouced four new games to release in 2009. Guitar Hero 5, a new Tony hawk game, A james bond racing game and Call of Duty 6. Call of Duty 6 has been changed to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. But no information has been released to show that Infinity Ward is the developer.
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"biggest entertainment launch of all time"

gamesindustry - June 18, 2008


Submitted by welshbloke (20) at 1:25PM PST on June 18, 2009


Activision Blizzard has briefed its advertising agency TBWA to make the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 the "biggest entertainment launch of all time". The publisher wants the Infinity Ward-developed title to eclipse previous records set by games such as Grand Theft Auto IV, which sold 3.6 million units on its first day with a retail value of USD 310 million.
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