Call Of Duty 2022 Rumored To Arrive Early Because Of Vanguard’s Poor Sales Numbers

This year’s com­ing Call of Duty title could be arriv­ing ear­ly as Octo­ber, as is being claimed by jour­nal­ist Tom Hen­der­son, who’s built quite a rep­u­ta­tion around leak­ing info.

In a tweet on Jan­u­ary 13th, Hen­der­son reports of hear­ing “rum­blings” that this fal­l’s Call of Duty game, which is assumed to be a fol­low-up to Mod­ern War­fare 2019, will be pushed ahead by a month for an Octo­ber release. The leak­er claims this adjust­ment is sim­ply due to Call of Duty: Van­guard’s bad sales. Although the game did top the PlaySta­tion Store sales list its launch month, the over­all sales are in a bit of a decline in com­par­i­son to Black Ops Cold War’s.

Hen­der­son also added that the ear­ly launch of Call of Duty 2022 would bring a “big” update to Call of Duty: War­zone. Sim­i­lar to what hap­pened at Van­guard’s launch. 

Hen­der­son also went on to claim that the Mod­ern War­fare sequel is cur­rent­ly sched­uled to be revealed over the sum­mer. This isn’t too sur­pris­ing, since pre­vi­ous the past two titles in the series had reveal dates in August.

Oth­er rumors include a sto­ry focused on Colom­bian drug car­tels, a “moral com­pass” sys­tem, and a War­zone map that includes the clas­sic loca­tions of Afghan, Quar­ry, Ter­mi­nal, and Trail­er Park from 2009’s Mod­ern War­fare 2.

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