Call of Duty 2022 could launch earlier than normal due to poor Vanguard sales

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Call of Duty 2022 may push its release date to October, it has been claimed.

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The claim comes from iconic leaker Tom Henderson, who has a history of leaking information around the Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises outright. This time around, Henderson has heard “rumblings” that the upcoming Call of Duty game, expected to be Modern Warfare 2, may move its release nearly a month to October, partly due to poor sales for Vanguard.

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This, according to Henderson, will feature a “big” update for Call of Duty: Warzone shortly. It shouldn’t come as a big surprise, however, that Warzone developer Raven Software has integrated 2020’s Black Ops Cold War and 2021’s Vanguard into Warzone within a month or so after both games were released.


Finally, Henderson claims that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is currently scheduled to be unveiled at some point in the summer. It’s also not out of the norm with Call of Duty, as you might recall that Warzone first began teasing Vanguard’s announcement in August 2021 with a very short in-game teaser. Could the new Infinity Ward game also be announced through the Battle Royale game?

We’ve seen a lot of rumors about the 2022 Call of Duty game, just like last year, even before Vanguard’s launch. The new campaign is believed to revive the infamous General Shepherd, and will also take place in Latin America, involving the cartel. Looks like we’ll definitely be waiting a few more months to find out about Infinity Ward’s new game.

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