This year’s Call of Duty game has been confirmed as a sequel to the 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot. The game will also come with a brand new COD: Warzone experience being designed alongside the Modern Warfare sequel’. from the ground up”, confirming the rumors that have been circulating since September.
Will the new game be called Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2?
The official name of Call of Duty 2022 has not been revealed, only that it will be “a sequel to Modern Warfare 2019”. There will also be a new Warzone experience, although we do not know whether it will also be called Call of Duty: Warzone 2. We know that the games will be co-designed by Infinity Ward and built on a new engine. Warzone will have “a massive evolution of battle royale with all-new play space and a new sandbox mode”.
Meanwhile, Raven Software has also revealed what they have in store for Warzone Pacific. They have confirmed that PS5 and PS4 players will not be getting FOV sliders as it will seriously affect the game’s performance on PS4 and thus the cross-play balance. They also confirmed that the season two patch will have more than 30 improvements, including in all forms of movement. Later in the season, the team will finally address the issue that prevents players from playing Modern Warfare’s multiplayer modes and invisible operator skins. You can find more details about these improvements at: Call of Duty website†
In other news, Visual Concepts is making a “largely licensed unannounced open world racing game” and this has led to rumors that a Midnight Club revival could be imminent. Elsewhere, Horizon Zero Dawn has sold over 20 million copies since its release on PS4 and PC. Players have also played over 1 billion hours.