The veteran and numerous saga Call of Duty continues with its annual release plans to give its millions of fans one installment each year so they can enjoy a fun and content-packed shooter for 12 months.
However, Activision’s plans do not always go the way they would like and, without going any further, Call of Duty: Vanguard had a rather weak launch (within the millions of units that this series usually sells) due to several factors such as exhaustion of the formula or that players are investing their time in other free to play games (including Call of Duty: Warzone) .
Due to that sluggish debut and lower-than-expected sales, Activison has modified its plans to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 which is the delivery that will arrive this year on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One and XSX / S, premiering it a little earlier than expected, during the month of October instead of November as we are accustomed to, to alleviate the performance in the Vanguard.
This rumor comes from the hand of Tom Henderson, a insider of the industry that in the past has already proven to have quite accurate information on different video games. Furthermore, Tom points out that Modern Warfare 2 show up in summer and that shortly after its release there will be a major update in Warzone.
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
AI improvements and a campaign in Latin America for the new Call of Duty
At the moment not much information on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 But, according to rumors, this year’s game campaign will take place in Some point in Latin America and the players will be able to enjoy improvements in the artificial intelligence of our enemies, one of the points in which the saga was limping during the last installments.