Call of Duty 2022 already has a name, and it’s going to please a lot of fans

Many of you are waiting for the new Call of Duty Vanguard scheduled for release on November 5? It seems that Activision is already very active on the sequel since we already know the name of the Call of Duty of 2022. And many fans may be very happy …

Call of Duty Modern Warfare II en 2022

test Call of duty Modern Warfare

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It is once again the insider Tom Henderson, often very famous and well informed when the information concerning the licenses of Battlefield and Call of Duty which announces us the title of the next game of Activision. Indeed, according to the latter, after Vanguard, we should have the sequel to Call of Duty Modern Warfare.

I can confirm that the 2022 title is called “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II”.
And the art work looks amazing.

Tom Henderson confirms that it will be the direct sequel to the 2019 reboot. Unlike the original opus in 2009, it will not be Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, but Call of Duty Modern Warfare II. Yes, that matters. Or not.

The project code name is “Project Cortez”. According to the first leaks, the title should take place in South America where players will have the opportunity to follow members of the American special forces to fight the various drug cartels in Colombia. According to the insider, the artistic direction of the game would be just amazing.

Of course, this remains to be taken with a grain of salt although Tom Henderson has been able to illustrate himself many times in recent months around the reliability of his information concerning Call of Duty Vanguard and Battlefield 2042. Moreover, for Call Of, Henderson indicated in April that Vanguard’s development was a disaster. Everything suggests that the next Call of Duty will not be a great success. In any case, its development was very complicated.

Call of Duty Vanguard is due out November 5, 2021 on PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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