Activision has released a demo for Call of Duty:Modern Warfare 2
a mere eight months after the game was released in stores. The demo features the Cliffhanger level from the game where you get to work your way through a snow covered Russian base in Kazakhstan.
It's a fairly clever move for Activision as they can now try to sell the game to the fifteen to twenty people who do not own a copy of the game already.
Santa Monica, CA – August 4, 2010 – Cliffhanger, the breathtaking and epic mission from Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 2, is now available worldwide for download as a single player demo on the Xbox LIVE® Marketplace and on PlayStation®Network*.
One of the most recognized levels in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Cliffhanger thrusts players into an epic fight of a lifetime amid near-blinding snowstorm conditions high in the frigid mountains of Kazakhstan. One wrong move and it’s certain death as players scale a frozen mountainside, battle their way through a raging firefight, and race for survival aboard a snowmobile under heavy enemy fire.
Developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI), Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is rated “M” (Mature) by the ESRB for Blood, Drug Reference, Intense Violence and Language. For more information visit www.modernwarfare2.com.
*PSN Demo not available in Germany
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