Call of Duty 2022 will arrive sometime in October 2022. According to Tom Henderson, a renowned leak of the COD franchise, the upcoming Call of Duty game will come sooner than you think. Let’s find out what else is in the leak-
Tom Henderson’s tweet of January 13, 2022, leaked information about the upcoming Call of Duty game. A follow-up of the Modern Warfare 2019, Call of Duty 2022, will be launched anytime in October 2022 which was waiting for a November 2022 release schedule before.
As expected, it’s looking like this year’s Call of Duty title, Modern Warfare II (2022), will be revealed in the summer.
Hearing rumblings that the title could release in October due to Vanguard’s poor sales performance, with a “big” Warzone update coming soon after. pic.twitter.com/3x8Qw2Eryp
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) January 13, 2022
Call of Duty: Vanguard is disappointed when it comes to sales. A lot of gamers skipped the game. The sales figure show that Black Ops Cold War has a better response than Vanguard in North America and Europe. The franchise noticed that they are for some reason losing gamers these days. Thus Call of Duty 2022 can be a solution.
Tom Henderson further added that COD 2022 will come with a massive update. The update will contain an improved version of Warzone with new items, guns, maps, and so on. COD 2022 could be the game everyone wanted so far from the franchise.
Considering Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard’s August reveal, Modern Warfare II aka COD 2022 will be revealed over the summer with teasers, and beta gameplay. In this sequel, you will be fighting against a Colombian drug network. The map includes realistic locations of Afghan, Quarry, Terminal, and so on.
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However, Raven Software and Activision Blizzard inspired every official to hold the surprises until any formal announcement is done. The franchise is hopeful about Modern Warfare II.
Call of Duty is a very popular title. The gaming world is dynamic. Gamers’ demands are changing everyone now and then. Vanguard’s disappointment should be the wake-up call of the industry. People enjoy playing COD, but it’s time to look at the storyline. Stay tuned for more updates.