April 12, 2022 at 7:42 pm #43218
This year’s Call of Duty game could be revealed as soon as this month, according to another leak. The following passage in the long-running first-person shooter franchise set for release sometime this year might be its last game for a few years as it’s at present supposed that Call of Duty will not have a release in 2023. The break in the series’ usual yearly release schedule is apparently because of the unfortunate sales of its latest passage, Call of Duty: Vanguard, which was released in November of 2021.
Call of Duty: Vanguard sadly not just sold less than its predecessor, 2020’s Black Ops Cold War, yet it also had less players in the same time span. The lackluster presentation of Call of Duty: Vanguard may possibly be credited to its decision of setting as well as different issues, such as an absence of content for its Zombies game mode. Different games that were released in the same quarter might have also prompted the lower interest in Vanguard alongside the slowly growing weakness for Call of Duty games overall. Vanguard’s low sales might have even prompted Activision deciding to release Call of Duty 2022 early.
Prominent Call of Duty leaker RalphsValve (through Game Rant) as of late published a Tweet that included a picture of a commencement alongside the notice of the date April 30. The date and picture initially suggest that Activision might be planning to reveal 2022’s Call of Duty game on that date. Nonetheless, in a subsequent Tweet, RalphsValve clarifies that the game’s reveal is still set for sometime in May. In this way, the commencement and the April 30 date is possible when the date for the genuine reveal will be reported, despite the fact that Activision might still release a teaser trailer for it as well. The organization accomplished something similar last year when CoD: Vanguard’s teaser trailer was released and served as the declaration for the game’s genuine reveal.
Previous reports have proactively revealed that this year’s Call of Duty game will be a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare, which will be created by Infinity Ward. It’s also been affirmed that Call of Duty: Warzone 2 will be released soon later. Be that as it may, relatively few details have been released about one or the other venture.
In the event that the leak from RalphsValve proves to be valid, it will be a really early reveal during the current year’s Call of Duty title. For comparison, both CoD: Vanguard and CoD: Black Ops Cold War were revealed in the August of their respective release years. It’s also still possible that the reveal, if valid, will not be during the current year’s mainline title and could be the supposed Call of Duty 1 and 2 remasters.
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