Call Of Duty 2022 Details May Have Leaked Already — Said To Be Modern Warfare 2

Call of Duty: Van­guard has­n’t even launched yet, but rumors regard­ing the next year’s game are already mak­ing the scene. Some infor­ma­tion sug­gests the cam­paign will take inspi­ra­tion from movies like Traf­fic, No Coun­try For Old Men, and Sicario, and is being described as “grit­ty and unre­lent­ing.” The game could poten­tial­ly have moral­i­ty sys­tem like Red Dead Redemp­tion 2, with more gore to be includ­ed in the cam­paign. As pre­vi­ous­ly report­ed, 2022’s game is rumored to be a sequel to 2019’s Mod­ern War­fare, focus­ing on Colom­bian drug cartels.

Twit­ter user @ralphsvalve found a trea­sure trove of unan­nounced details about 2022’s Call of Duty game, with some of the info being cor­rob­o­rat­ed by VGC sources. VCG has accu­rate­ly report­ed on unan­nounced Call Of Duty info many times in the past.

Accord­ing to this leak, the 2022 Call of Duty game is described as being “grim” and “grue­some.” For instance, ene­mies who are shot might only be injured and not die imme­di­ate­ly. This caus­es them to call out for their moth­ers, hal­lu­ci­nate, and even con­vulse before final­ly pass­ing, accord­ing to the report. The gore is described as “real­is­tic”, with bul­let pen­e­tra­tion being based on the cal­i­bra­tion of the bul­let. Play­ers may also be able to apply pres­sure to wounds to stop bleeding.

It’s also rumored the game will have a “moral com­pass,” sim­i­lar to what’s seen in Red Dead Redemp­tion 2. This means key deci­sions could impact what hap­pens in the future. Appar­ent­ly, the tagline for the sto­ry is, “There’s no win­ners in this sto­ry,” which could be sig­nal­ing com­men­tary on the war on drugs.

The leak also includ­ed game­play specifics. It’s report­ed that weapons can jam dur­ing sequences, reflect­ing real life sce­nar­ios. Addi­tion­al­ly, char­ac­ters will have more dif­fi­cul­ty load­ing weapons after “high-inten­si­ty” moments, due to shak­ing hands.

VGC sep­a­rate­ly report­ed that War­zone will get a new map inspired by 2022’s Mod­ern War­fare 2, and will fea­ture “var­i­ous clas­sic points of interest.” 

Locales from the orig­i­nal Mod­ern War­fare 2 will be expand­ed upon and stitched togeth­er, cre­at­ing a mas­sive new map. This is like­ly to include a sig­nif­i­cant­ly expand­ed ver­sion of Favela, and oth­er clas­sic are­nas such as Afghan, Quar­ry, Ter­mi­nal, and Trail­er Park,” VGC stated.

The new map for War­zone is also rumored to include a new mode that blends PvP and PvE, sim­i­lar to Bat­tle­field 2042’s Haz­ard Zone. Accord­ing to the report, this mode could “see play­ers bat­tling against car­tel AI with friends as they attempt to com­plete objec­tive-based mis­sions with­in the same MW2 War­zone map.”

Keep in mind all of this infor­ma­tion is not yet con­firmed and sub­ject to change. It’s extreme­ly unlike­ly Activi­sion or Infin­i­ty Ward will be shar­ing any details about next year’s Call of Duty any­time soon. Van­guard has­n’t even released yet, and the expan­sion for War­zone Pacif­ic is on the horizon.

In oth­er Call of Duty news, Sledge­ham­mer Games recent­ly revealed patch notes for the launch ver­sion of Van­guard, along­side a roadmap for Sea­son 1. Sony also announced all the exclu­sive bonus­es for PlaySta­tion users, and it’s quite a bit.

I am a Platinum lover and an ex- Cod-aholic. I've been playing games since I was 5 years old and I refuse to quit, despite my mother's attempts to get me to. God of War and its successors are my all time favorite games.

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