According to Activation, a new Call of Duty game is under official development and will be release in the fourth quarter of 2022
This is of course not surprising, because the “Call of Duty” game is released every year. We did not expect “Call of Duty” to return to World War II in 2021. Therefore, it makes sense that Activation brought back the services of Sledgehammer Games, which helped develop Call of Duty: World War II.
Although Activation has not officially revealed the next Call of Duty or confirmed the name of the game, it may be Call of Duty WW2: Vanguard or Call of Duty: Slipstream, but the details of the new COD are slowly emerging. This is official, and we are beginning to understand what will happen.
Read the guide below to learn all we know about the new Call of Duty in 2021.
NEW CALL OF DUTY 2022: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- What is it? The next mainline Call of Duty game, possibly set in WW2
- When can I play it? The fourth quarter of 2021 (October – December)
- What can I play it on? PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and Xbox One
NEW CALL OF DUTY 2022 RELEASE DATE
In Activision Blizzard’s fourth-quarter 2020 earnings report (via GamesRadar), the publisher confirmed that it “plans to launch another high-performance premium version in the fourth quarter of 2021,” and later stated that this would refer to “Call of Duty Premium Restart of the version” means.
This means that we can expect the new Call of Duty to arrive between October and December 2021. We usually see the main Call of Duty game in October, so we can see the new COD in the same window. Given the Covid19 pandemic, we can postpone Call of Duty 2021 to November, just like Call of Duty Black Ops 2020: Cold War.
NEW CALL OF DUTY 2022 SETTING
According to a report by Modern Warzone (via GamesRadar), the new Call of Duty will return to World War II, which was later confirmed by Eurogamer and VGC. According to these reports, “Call of Duty 2021” was called “Call of Duty WW2: Vanguard”, and Activation later confirmed that the developer was Sledgehammer Games.
However, according to Eurogamer, the new “Call of Duty” will adopt a “traditional” World War II background, which is contrary to Modern Warzone’s claim that the game will unfold on an “alternative timeline.”
Insiders’ comments on Activation’s latest earnings report also confirmed that the upcoming COD will bring players back to the “environment familiar and loved by fans”, so traditional scenes are likely to appear. The Second World War on the chart is contrary to the “alternative timeline” proposed by Modern Warzone.
As for the title of the game, “Call of Duty WW2: Pioneer” or “Call of Duty: Slipstream” seem to be similar in this regard, although some careful fans have noticed suspicious references to the former in the new Warzone promotional video. Material. Season 5.
NEW CALL OF DUTY NEWS AND RUMORS 2022
Warzone integration and reveal?
E3 2021 obviously does not have “Call of Duty 2021”, but according to a recent VGC report, the game may be displayed through Warzone in-game events such as “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” last year.
In addition, VGC reports indicate that a larger Warzone integration may be underway. Call of Duty 2022 is develop by Sledgehammer Games and, like Warzone, will run on the modern warfare IW8 engine, which will make the game easier to integrate.
PS4 and Xbox One release?
With this in mind, the famous Call of Duty and Battlefield leader Tom Henderson shared information about Call of Duty 2021 on Twitter and stated that the game will be “owned” by the PS4 and Xbox versions of the game. Via Gamesradar).
It is not clear how these rumored next-generation game versions are different from the current version. Henderson said that this cross-generation strategy will apply to Vanguard (or Slipstream) and the next Call of Duty developed by the developer. The annual calendar of Call of Duty remains unchanged, and Infinity Ward will launch the game in 2022.
Built with current-gen in mind?
According to Games Radar, almost like a direct counterattack to Henderson’s leaks, Activation President Dan Allegri shared the details of “Call of Duty 2021” in the company’s first quarter financial report, saying that this new The game is “designed for the next generation experience.”
A name change?
Modern War zone initially announced that the working name of the game will be Call of Duty WW2: Vanguard. However, according to Eurogamer’s sources, Activation plans to stick to the game in the final version. Later we learned that “Call of Duty: Slipstream” might be the name of the game. Title, so the jury is now in this regard.
NEW CALL OF DUTY 2022: WHAT WE WANT TO SEE
Utilize the power of PS5 and Xbox Series X
Black Ops: Cold War did it, so we hope that “Call of Duty” can be more optimized for the next generation of consoles in 2021. We hope that the new COD can play at 120 fps (preferably 4K) and support Dual Sense controllers. Although we may end support for DualSense, 120fps will have a huge impact on COD and other first-person shooters, especially when playing games online.
As mentioned earlier, Activation clarified that the game will provide “a perfect experience for current and next-generation console gamers” means that the next COD is unlikely to fully utilize the features of the next-generation system like Black Ops: Cold War.
Return of Zombies
As a fan favorite, we look forward to defeating hordes of Nazi zombies again. Several new maps are waiting for you to explore.
The new COD is also capable of shaking War-zone. We hope that Battle Royale will look like World War II, supplemented by COD 2021, to add freshness to online games. Given Activation’s previous claim that the game Warzone will bring “major innovation”, we hope so.
What we like about Cold War multiplayer is that it returns to the basics, with a compact, well-designed map and a complex arsenal. Hope Activation will take this into consideration in the new COD.