Rumors: CoD: Modern Warfare sequel about US fight against Colombian drug dealers will be released in 2022

Before Call of Duty: Vanguard came out, information about the next part of the franchise appeared on the Web. Trusted insider Tom Henderson and VGC editor Andy Robinson revealed that Activision will release a sequel to CoD: Modern Warfare in 2022, and shared details of the single player campaign.

Image source: Snacknews

Image source: Snacknews

Tom Henderson was the first to speak about the continuation of the famous series of shooters. He wrote in personal microblogging: “It looks like the codename for Call of Duty: 2022 is Project Cortez. Expected that [это] there will be a sequel to Modern Warfare 2019 [года]”… Insider Information confirmed and supplemented Andy Robinson. He revealed that Project Cortez was featured in a recent data leak from the GeForce Now service. Its developer is the studio Infinity Ward.

Image source: Tom's Guide

Image source: Tom’s Guide

The reporter then referred to his own sources and revealed that there will be a campaign in the upcoming shooter. It will show the secret struggle of the US intelligence services against Colombian drug dealers. Infinity Ward did not participate in the development of the previous two Call of Duty games, which means it had three years to create a new game.

Recall: Call of Duty: Vanguard will be released on November 5, 2021 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S.

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