Call of Duty: Vanguard was released in late 2021, but rumors about the following Call of Duty installment, due to release in late 2022, are already gaining traction. We’ve compiled all of the pertinent information for you right here, so keep reading to learn everything there is to know about the next COD.
We usually don’t know much about what’s coming this close to a COD release, but that’s not the case this time. In September 2021, it was widely assumed that the game that would succeed Vanguard would be a sequel to the 2019 Modern Warfare revival, according to two distinct reports, one by gaming industry insider Tom Henderson and the other by VGC.
That means, just as Modern Warfare 2019 reused Call of Duty 4’s famous subtitle, Modern Warfare 2019 will do the same, albeit with a tale inspired by the original rather than a faithful reproduction of the same events. We may reasonably assume the standard Call of Duty timeframe, which places Modern Warfare 2 in early November 2022, in the absence of any clear information on when the game will be released.
Although this type of resource-sharing is nothing new for the series, it is being developed mostly by Infinity Ward, with 10 additional teams working on the game in support capacities. When it comes to gameplay for Infinity Ward’s new game, there will certainly be a substantial level of continuity from the previous Modern Warfare.