Next year’s main installment in the ongoing Call of Duty juggernaut will be Modern Warfare 2, a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare (itself a remake of 2007’s Modern Warfare: Ouroboros is Real). That would certainly be in line with Activision-Blizzard’s usual three-year development cycles for each sub-series, with 2020 bringing us Black Ops-Cold War and Vanguard this year.
The leak initially came from Tom Henderson, a Twitter presence who specializes in revealing information about FPS games, before being VGC. confirmed by.
It looks like Call of Duty: 2022, codenamed Project Cortez, is expected to be a sequel to Modern Warfare 2019.September 13, 2021
Project Cortez is apparently a reference to the character Felix Cortez in the 1994 film clear and present danger, which is therefore, According to VGC sources, “The sequel to Modern Warfare will include a campaign in which US special forces are waging a secret war against Colombian drug cartels.”
The original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 featured one of the series’ most infamous scenes, Mission ‘No Russian’ in which the player participates in a terrorist attack on an airport. The Modern Warfare reboot has retained elements of the original while creating a new story, so the same is expected here, and I wonder how the studio will handle that aspect of Modern Warfare 2’s legacy—if it really does.
Call of Duty’s glut is such that it’s a community meme, but there’s no sign of things slowing down: The series is just so big, with many thousands of people working at different global studios, that it seems Has reached any type of irreversible critical mass. Will our kids be reading about a leaked title for the next Call of Duty in 20 years? You wouldn’t bet against it.