New Call of Duty: All about Warfare 2

New Call of Duty- This year’s call of duty new game will be a new entry in the Modern Warfare franchise and is developed by Infinity Ward, Activision announced earlier this month. next year’s has been delayed and will not release in 2023, according to a report from Bloomberg.

We’ve gathered all of the key details for you right here, so read on to find out everything you need to know about the next COD.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 release date and title

This far ahead of a COD release, we generally don’t know much about what’s on the way, but that’s a little different this time.

In September 2021, according to two separate reports, one by gaming industry insider Tom Henderson and the other by VGC, it became widely reported that the game to succeed Vanguard will be a sequel to the 2019 Modern Warfare reboot. 

This information is now confirmed, after an unusual move from the franchise – Infinity Ward gave members of the media a briefing on its plans not just for Modern Warfare 2 but also a new iteration of Warzone that will drop with it. You can read the key details in a community update that it published afterwards.

Without any firm information on when the game will release, we can safely default to the typical Call of Duty timeline, which will see Modern Warfare 2 release in early November 2022.

This year’s Call of Duty will be a new entry in the Modern Warfare franchise and is developed by Infinity Ward, Activision announced earlier this month. Infinity Ward will also develop a follow-up to Call of Duty: Warzone, one that is supposed to launch sometime in 2022. Bloomberg’s report says that this year’s Call of Duty release is planned to get a “steady stream of additional content.” Bloomberg also reports that there will be a “new free-to-play online title,” released next year, that Treyarch is helping develop.

This delay, and Call of Duty 2023’s development, comes at a time of massive change for Activision Blizzard. Earlier this year, it was announced that Microsoft will purchase the publisher for $68.7 billion. The deal is expected to be completed in Microsoft’s fiscal year 2023, which would likely make Treyarch’s next Call of Duty game the first under the Microsoft umbrella.

Which studios are behind Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2?

According to leaker ‘RalphsValve,’ Modern Warfare 2’s development is a collaborative effort from 11 different developers. Infinity Ward is expected to be the lead studio with Treyarch also helping out.

Here are all the rumored Modern Warfare 2 developers:

  • Demonware
  • High Moon Studios
  • Toys for Bob
  • Infinity Ward Austin, TX
  • Infinity Ward Poland
  • Infinity Ward, LA
  • Beenox
  • Activision
  • Raven Software
  • Sledgehammer Games

Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2’s new engine

After Modern Warfare 2’s official announcement, Infinity Ward also confirmed that the 2022 Call of Duty title will be built on a brand-new engine, which the company has “been working on for years,”

This new engine is meant to improve players’ experience on all platforms, and the developers have also confirmed that they will use it to lay the foundation of a “new Warzone experience” in Warzone 2.

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Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2 maps

Both leakers RalphsValve and Tom Henderson claim that classic Modern Warfare 2 (2009) maps will arrive in CoD 2022.

In a video covering everything known about CoD 2022 so far, Henderson said that these maps have been taken from the scrapped Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, of which only the campaign released.

RalphsValve leaked five maps that players can expect to see in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. These are some of the most popular ones in the entire series and we might see them return.

Here are the returning Modern Warfare 2 maps:

  • Favela
  • Highrise
  • Shipment
  • Terminal
  • Quarry

Favela would pit players against each other in enclosed areas while Terminal provided some excellent sniping opportunities to Call of Duty players during long-range combat situations.

Highrise led to tons of 360, no-scope montages and birthed several world-famous CoD clans and Shipment is so popular that it’s currently still featured in titles like Call of Duty: Vanguard.

However, these are currently just leaks, and we might see the addition of entirely different maps in the final game once it arrives.

Call of Duty 2022 Warzone integration

Call of Duty 2022 will integrate with Warzone in the same way that Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard has, but is expected to bring a brand-new map.

Cold War brought Rebirth Island with its integration and later gave Verdansk an overhaul into Verdansk ’84. Vanguard’s integration, however, brought Caldera – an entirely new battle royale map.

Alongside the leaked DMZ mode for Modern Warfare 2, VGC claimed that CoD 2022 will launch with a brand-new Warzone map consisting of classic maps from the Modern Warfare franchise. This map will reportedly also be used for the DMZ mode.

The integration should also bring across all of CoD 2022’s weapons.

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Call of Duty 2022 game modes

DMZ

Tom Henderson claims that Modern Warfare 2 will come with a brand-new game mode – DMZ. While we don’t know exactly what the game mode will entail, the leaker described this mode as “MWII’s take on Escape From Tarkov.”

Henderson believes the mode will have been in development for over four years by the time Modern Warfare 2 releases, and you’ll drop into several locations and will have to plunder through abandoned homes, buildings, vehicles, crates, and corpses. He also said that the area has been made up of maps from the original MW2 which act as POIs, and should also act as the new Warzone map.

From this description, it seems that DMZ will be one of the most grounded game modes in the upcoming title. Hopefully, it will make for an intense experience for Call of Duty 2022 players.

Attackers v. Defenders

Leaker RalphsValve has also claimed that MW2 will feature a Rainbow Six Siege-inspired mode called Attackers v. Defenders. However, leakers such as Tom Henderson have disputed the claim.

This mode will see players attack and defend objective sites while utilizing “hidden locations, booby traps and cameras.”

Attackers v. Defenders would have a revamped health system, and players are able to assign each of their squad members separate roles such as “Squad Leader.”

However, prominent CoD leakers TheMW2Ghost and Tom Henderson claim their sources say “it was a scrapped mode from MW19 and they haven’t heard or seen anything regarding it coming to MW II.”

Henderson did clarify that “It doesn’t necessarily mean it’s not coming, but I’m inclined to believe people working on the project/or with very good connections at the studio.”

These two modes are only leaks or rumors at this point, so have yet to be confirmed. We’ll be sure to update this article as soon as we learn some more official information about Modern Warfare 2’s game modes.

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