Call of Duty Vanguard came out recently, but rumors surrounding the next Call of Duty installment due to launch in the latter part of 2022 are picking up speed. All of Duty Warzone Pacific tips, tricks, and strategies. Check Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2 release date.
These are the essential hints that will help you dominate the COD battle royale. We’ve collected all the essential details for you here. Read on to learn all you need about the next COD.
Modern Warfare 2 should be out in early November 2022. Modern Warfare 2019 also reused Call of Duty 4’s famous subtitle. This means that we will again use a name from a previous game. But, this time, our story will be inspired and not a retelling of the same events. We are unable to provide any details about when the game will launch, so we can default to the Call of Duty timeline. Furthermore, we have seen evidence that the next game, 2023’s CoD, will be a Return to Black Ops Series, which suggests a familiar rotation.
We are a long way ahead of COD releases so we don’t know what’s coming. But, this time, it is different. According to two separate reports (one by Tom Henderson from the gaming industry and one by VGC), it was reported in September 2021 that Vanguard’s successor will be a sequel for the 2019 Modern Warfare reboot.
Project Cortez has been codenamed. The game will have a single-player campaign and is believed to take place during America’s War on Drugs in South America. Tom Henderson has reported further that the game will have grittier graphics than Modern Warfare 2019. Call of Duty already leans more into reality with Modern Warfare 2019 missions like Clean House which include realistic room clearances and night vision.
Infinity Ward has been working on this game since Modern Warfare. This gives the campaign a healthy 3-year cycle of innovation. The story should show Captain Price’s Task Force 141 taking on Colombia’s cartels using secret missions. These undercover missions won’t be militarized and will instead emphasize stealthy, incisiveness, and incisiveness.
Activision seems to know that after the messy integrations of Black Ops cold war into Warzone, which featured a recycled map with unbalanced guns, it must make sure it sticks the landing better when new COD titles are added to its free to play sensation.
Vanguard brought Caldera along with it. It took the fight into the Pacific arena. Modern Warfare 2 will try to make that a changing location. VGC’s sources also claim that it will unveil a new map. The map will connect many of the multiplayer maps and create a cohesive, large-scale map like Verdansk. For anyone who felt that Warzone’s first map was a bit boring, this is good news.
Infinity Ward will continue the gameplay of Modern Warfare, although there will be some differences. We expect it will have a low time of kill, making it very difficult for shooters. But, it will be interesting to see how it incorporates some of Vanguard’s technical advancements.
The WW2 shooter has, for instance, a greater destructibility in terrains and maps. It also features an expanded weapon mounting mechanism that lets you move faster while still earning a weapon control bonus. That the latter will likely stay. But we aren’t sure about its environmental design due to how clean and minimalistic Modern Warfare’s maps are in comparison to other Call of Duty titles.
Tom Henderson’s extensive report states that the campaign’s enemy AI will be more sophisticated and more responsive to your shots. While it may sound bleak, in motion it will likely make your fight feel more alive.
He also confirmed that the game would include many remastered maps taken from Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer. This could mean we’ll be going back in time to legendary locations like Terminal and Dust.