Apparently, the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II logo won't be blue after all.
Activision confirmed that they will be releasing another Call of Duty game this year and rumours suggest that the new title could be a sequel to 2019's Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
The game's story is reportedly revolving around the Columbian drug cartel wars and will feature iconic characters from the series including Captain Price, Ghost, Soap and Roach.
Today, we have a mockup of the game's logo, re-created by Call of Duty leaker Zesty. Previously, leakers revealed that the first version of the logo would be blue, but it seems that Activision decided to change the colour to the classic Modern Warfare green.
Leakers rendition of the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II logo:
The first version of the Modern Warfare II logo:
This, of course, is not an official Call of Duty Modern Warfare II logo so take it with a grain of salt until Activision officially announce the game.
That should not be far away since the publisher reportedly plan to reveal and release Modern Warfare II sooner than the previous Call of Duty games due to poor Vanguard sales.
This year's Call of Duty will be the twentieth major instalment in the popular shooter franchise. It is expected to launch on all platforms despite Microsoft's acquisition of Activision, which probably won't close before the game launches.
Microsoft Gaming boss Phil Spencer confirmed his desire to keep the game on PlayStation but his vague wording doesn't reveal the full picture - an exclusive Call of Duty game is probably coming after 2023.