Call of Duty Modern Warfare II has been the talk of the leak world for a long time, and some time ago, Activision even confirmed Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare sequel was indeed in development. However, a new report from Bloomberg states that this will be the first time in the history of the franchise that Activision does not give us an annual Call of Duty title.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare II – Now we wait.
In a breaking report, Bloomberg has just confirmed that the 2019 Modern Warfare sequel (Modern Warfare II) will not be shipping out this year, and further, the game will also follow a 2-year support plan.
According to sources close to the news site, Modern Warfare II, now set for 2023 will now have 2 years of support, as opposed to the 1 year support model which all the current games are offering. This is indeed something that is shocking for gamers, as this is something that can truly change the gaming landscape.
With news of the delay, we can hope that Warzone 2 is still on track for a release and that the game does see a release, but we will have to wait for an update.
While details are still early, we will now have to wait for an official confirmation from Activision in the future to cement this. However, considering the source is none other than Jason Schreier himself, this news is practically set in stone.
Currently, the entire gaming media is shook by the news and with this revelation, fans are equally as surprised. Now we patiently wait for the official news.
What are your thoughts on the announcement and are you also hoping that the delay will be a new trend for the iconic series? Perhaps taking a page from Ubisoft’s book will do Activision some good.