Call of Duty 2022 Will Be A Sequel To Modern Warfare 2019

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
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Tom Henderson has just come out with a fresh rumor, stating that Call of Duty 2022 has been identified as Project Cortez and will be a sequel to the 2019 entry of the series, Modern Warfare. While we were expecting a sequel at some point, we are glad it’s about time.

Call of Duty 2022 Is already an exciting entry

Tom Henderson is a well-known leaker in the gaming world, mainly credited for his work in the Call of Duty and Battlefield series. According to Tom’s latest tweets, he has identified a fresh rumor that states Call of Duty 2022’s project name and also states that it will be a sequel to the now rebooted Modern Warfare series.

2020 gave us Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, and 2021 is giving us Call of Duty Vanguard, we still don’t know the title for the next Call of Duty, but that can change in a few months time.

An Image of the tweet.

While both games take us back to the past and not the timeline left behind by the 2019 entry, its good to see that Activision remembers that the Modern Warfare series reboot still exists and hasn’t been sent to the Ghost file cabinet.

It’s still too early for any information regarding the title, but given Tom’s near-perfect track record, we can definitely give some credence to this rumor. After all, it has been a while since we have heard anything about a modern entry to the Call of Duty series, and after 2 years in a row, we are well overdue for one.

With all of that out of the way, are you excited at the prospect of going back to Call of Duty being a modern shooter again? Or do you prefer the series sticking to the past? Only Call of Duty 2022 will hold the answers for us.

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