The top-secret ‘Modern Warfare II’ game is revealed in a massive Call of Duty 2022 leak.


TOP-SECRET details about the next two Call of Duty games may have leaked online.

It comes just weeks before the new Call of Duty Vanguard is due to launch around the world.

A new Call of Duty game comes out each year, but we rarely know details until close to the title’s big reveal.

Now games journalist and respected leaker Tom Henderson has seemingly revealed a number of facts about upcoming Call of Duty games.

“I can confirm that the 2022 title is called ‘Call of Duty Modern Warfare II’,” he wrote on Twitter.

“And the art work looks f***ing amazing.”

He later added: “‘Confirm was the wrong choice of wording here.

“I can confirm that I’ve seen artwork that says ‘Modern Warfare II’.

“But this does not necessarily confirm the title is 100% Modern Warfare II as names can change during development.”

That name might confuse long-time Call of Duty fans.

After all, a game called Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 already came out, way back in 2009.

However Henderson’s tweets suggest that the new game will use Roman numerals for II rather than 2.

It wouldn’t be the first time that Activision has re-used a name.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare launched in 2007, eventually followed by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in 2019.

Here are the Call of Duty games in release order, alongside their launch dates.

To make things concise, we’ve not included the mobile games or various DLC (downloadable content) packs that have come out down the years.

Henderson says that the new game will focus on battles with drug cartels.

And it will supposedly feature Task Force 141, including iconic characters like Soap and Ghost.

In earlier tweets, Henderson also dropped clues about the 2023 Call of Duty game.

He said it would be “semi-futuristic”, rather than focusing on strict modern warfare or historical events.

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