Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2: early exit due to Vanguard sales, for an insider

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2: early exit due to Vanguard sales, for an insider

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

According to the sources of the well-known journalist and insider Tom Henderson, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, the new game in the series scheduled for 2022, could be released sooner than expected to compensate for the sales of Call of Duty Vanguard, considered unsatisfactory by Activision.

According to Henderson, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 will be unveiled during the course of next summer. And so far, nothing strange given that it is the period in which the games of the series are usually announced.

However, the insider also added that the new COD will be released in October, where games of the series traditionally come out in November, due to the lack of commercial success recorded by Vanguard. In addition, a "big" update for Call of Duty: Warzone, the free-to-play battle royale, should also arrive shortly after launch.

Henderson is one of the most prolific insiders of the moment, with several tips turned out to be correct. However, we are still talking about rumors of which it is impossible at the moment to establish the veracity.

As mentioned above, usually the games of the Call of Duty series arrive in stores in November. There have been exceptions in the past, however, such as Call of Duty, Call of Duty 2, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) which came out in October.

According to another rumor, the DMZ mode of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be open world and procedural.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Open-World Mode Potentially Leaked

According to a new report, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare -- also known as Call of Duty 2022 -- will have an open-world mode. We've been hearing about the next COD for months, and in recent weeks, we've been hearing about a new mode it will introduce called 'DMZ.' And according to a prominent Call of Duty insider and leaker, Ralph, this mode has been described to him as an 'open-world title' featuring a 'procedurally generated world with varied missions, AI, weather, and events.'

Unfortunately, this is the extent of information divulged by Ralph. Previous reports have suggested the mode is similar to Escape From Tarkov and that it was originally in development for 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, but work on it ceased at some point during development to presumably focus on other elements of the game. 

It's been reported that this year's installment has had more development time than previous games, which may explain why it could be set to have an extra -- and from the sounds of it, ambitious -- mode. 

All of that said, like everything we've been hearing about next year's Call of Duty, everything here is unofficial, which means take it with a grain of salt. It's likely going to be at least a few months -- if not a handful more -- before we get any official information on what Infinity Ward has cooking.

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