A reputable leaker says that the 2022 Call of Duty game will release cross-platform on both PC and console devices.
Every year since Call of Duty 2 released in 2005, gamers have a new Call of Duty game to enjoy. Some of the most critically acclaimed Call of Duty titles are developed by Infinity Ward, a studio that created the first CoD game, its sequel, Call of Duty 4 and the Modern spin-off series. Warfare, they most recently released a well-received reboot of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019. Now it looks like Infinity Ward is leading the development of Call of Duty 2022, even though they are. We don’t have any more official details at this time.
Infinity Ward started causing a stir when it recently tweeted about a “new generation of Call of Duty” that would be “coming soon”. Some gamers assume this means the 2022 Call of Duty game will only be available for PS5 and Xbox Series X, leaving PS4 and Xbox One behind. However, it seems that those worries are superfluous and even gamers who can’t get a PS5 or Xbox Series X can rest assured.
Reputable Call of Duty leaker Tom Henderson has said that the new Call of Duty game will come to both older generations of consoles and the latest generations of consoles. This means gamers can enjoy the 2022 Call of Duty game on both PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X. Henderson added that Infinity Ward’s “new generation” tweet is actually related to The leaked DMZ game mode is said to be in the works on the new Call of Duty, as well as “other plans.”
For those unfamiliar, the 2022 Call of Duty title is said to feature a DMZ game mode inspired by Escape from Tarkov. There have been conflicting reports about this mode and what exactly it will bring is unknown, but more details will be revealed as we get closer to the game’s release date if rumors are to be heard. exactly.
There have been numerous other rumors about the 2022 Call of Duty game, with many swirling around the title’s name. The latest information suggests that the 2022 Call of Duty game will actually be called Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, using the Roman numeral 2 to distinguish it from the 2009 Modern Warfare 2 game. If this is correct, gamers can expect Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II to launch at some point this fall.
As for the “other plans” that Henderson alludes to, it remains to be seen what exactly this means. There are reports that a Call of Duty: Warzone sequel is in development for PS5 and Xbox Series X, so maybe it has something to do with that. Ultimately, gamers will have to wait for Activision to reveal more information about its new Call of Duty game before anything can be certain.
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