According to a Call of Duty leaker, ‘Modern Warfare II’ will be released next year, but the title confuses enthusiasts.
The next Call of Duty will be a follow-up to 2019’s Modern Warfare, but it will bear the same name as a 2009 installment in the franchise. It appears to be ‘wonderful,’ but admirers are baffled by the naming choice. According to a trusted industry insider, next year’s Call of Duty will be a direct sequel to 2019’s ‘Modern Warfare,’ and it looks ‘fantastic.’
The next game will be called “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II,” according to journalist Tom Henderson, who has previously given correct information about titles like Call of Duty and Battlefield 2042 ahead of release.
“I can affirm that ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II’ will be released in 2022. And the artwork is f*cking incredible* “Henderson remarked.
Henderson clarified that the title could change, although he has “seen artwork” that indicates Modern Warfare II.
Fans of the franchise were taken aback by the rumored leak. Modern Warfare II would be nearly identical to 2009’s Modern Warfare 2, just as 2019’s ‘Modern Warfare’ game utilized the same title as 2007’s Call of Duty 4.
“I don’t see the problem,” one Twitter user remarked. “What’s so confusing about Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II?”
The main change, according to insiders, is that the new game’s title is written in Roman numerals rather than the number 2.
The scenario is said to revolve around fighting drug cartels, with players taking on the role of the series’ legendary ‘Task Force 141,’ which includes characters from ‘Modern Warfare,’ such as Ghost, Soap, and Gaz.
Modern Warfare II will most certainly be merged into the large multiplayer battle royale ‘Warzone,’ like with previous Call of Duty games.
According to Henderson, Call of Duty 2023 will be “semi-futuristic,” with “boots on the ground,” rather than the high-tech exosuits and flashy devices seen in games like “Infinite Warfare.”
Call of Duty Vanguard, the latest installment in the franchise, will be published on November 5. The game returns to the series’ World War II beginnings, with players fighting Nazi invaders in Stalingrad and other locations.