Call of Duty 2022 leaked details

Call of Duty 2022 has been codenamed "Project Cortez" and is going to be a Modern Warfare 2019 sequel, as per a known leaker.

Call of Duty 2022
Call of Duty 2022

With Call of Duty: Vanguard set to release in under a month, CoD 2022 leaks have started showing up, revealing some major insights about the game. A well-known dataminer, Tom Henderson has revealed a few insights regarding the upcoming CoD 2022 game. 

Back in 2019, players were able to experience the crazy action of Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare with Warzone, and then, at that point, Treyarch gave fans another multiplayer shooter to enjoy - Black Ops Cold War in 2020.

Now Sledgehammer Games are standing in the queue to release Vanguard in 2021 that is based on MW19's engine. 

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However, with all the CoD lineups, fans have started anticipating what Call of Duty 2022 will be about, and following the NVIDIA GeForce NOW leaks, Henderson has claimed that CoD 2022's title will be a sequel of MW19. It is definitely an intriguing piece of news, considering how powerful yet disruptive the game was among the CoD players. 

Initially, individuals saw various unreleased, previously undisclosed games utilizing a testing page for NVIDIA GeForce NOW. Among those was another CoD title: "Project Cortez - Activision Blizzard - Infinity Ward." 

This data has since been confirmed by Henderson, who clarified that the Call of Duty 2022 is codenamed as "Project Cortez" and that it is an "expected sequel to Modern Warfare 2019." 

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Recently, VGC also confirmed from its sources and mentioned, "As per individuals with information on Activision's plans, Modern Warfare's sequel will incorporate a campaign including US special forces battling a covet war against Columbian drug cartels."

Moreover, VGC also pointed at the fact that the potential "Project Cortez" which is being connected to Modern Warfare 2, can likewise be associated with the 1994 Harrison Ford film  - Clear and Present Danger, where Colonel FĂ©lix Cortez is the primary villain of the film.

Other than Henderson, earlier another prominent leaker, TheMW2Ghost also noted, "Got a little info on MW II today, apparently Infinity Wardise feeling very good about the game." 

Back then he said, "development is further ahead than projected with still over a year to finish. Should be in a good state once it’s time to release." He further said, "Infinity Ward really did change a lot of the things that was hated about MW19." 

However, he did not have any concrete info about "Call of Duty 2022" yet he said, the title is believed to be currently in development at Infinity Ward."

Generally speaking, Modern Warfare 2019 was conceivably the best CoD title ever, as the game's release with Warzone has procured heaps of players. The gameplay mechanics of Modern Warfare 2019, such as gunplay and movement, are broadly cherished by the players, however, a few pro players weren't satisfied with various angles included in the game. 

To be specific, CDL pros to a great extent dis liked Modern Warfare 2019 mechanics like weapon mounting and doorways, while likewise questioning the devs about the game's map pool and spawns. 

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Since the 2019 portion, each Call of Duty release have been taken care of by Treyarch, Raven, and Sledgehammer Games respectively, implying Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward will have had three years to set up its sequel, so it will be interesting to see what the developers have for the players.

While the latest details about "Call of Duty 2022" are interesting, yet these are not official, so players should take this information with a grain of salt.

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