Infinity Ward Teases “New Generation” Call Of Duty

Call of Duty: Van­guard has been out since Novem­ber, mak­ing it only a few months old, but Infin­i­ty Ward is already teas­ing its own game. Of course, it’s a real­ly vague tease–but the game is expect­ed to arrive lat­er this year. Infin­i­ty Ward post­ed an extreme­ly short mes­sage to Twit­ter, just enough to get Call of Duty fans won­der­ing and investigating.

The offi­cial Infin­i­ty Ward Twit­ter account con­firmed a “new gen­er­a­tion” of Call of Duty would be com­ing soon, telling fans to “stay frosty.” While this isn’t a lot to go on, it is def­i­nite­ly a sign to keep your eyes open for more news.

The new game is expect­ed to launch in 2022, fol­low­ing the typ­i­cal­ly annu­al release sched­ule Activi­sion Bliz­zard put the series in. When­ev­er this title does launch, we do know it will still avail­able for PlaySta­tion users. This tweet could also sug­gest that the next Call of Duty title may not release for the Xbox One or PS4. With Microsoft­’s recent acqui­si­tion of Activi­sion Bliz­zard (which is still wait­ing for approval), it’s unclear what will hap­pen to the Call of Duty series in the future. How­ev­er, it is report­ed that the next three titles will still be released on PlayStation.

It seems a tad ear­ly to be releas­ing a teas­er of any kind, since the cur­rent Call of Duty game is basi­cal­ly still in its infan­cy. Of course, this could be due to the poor sales num­bers of Call of Duty: Van­guard and the low­er engage­ment seen in Warzone.

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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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