This year’s Call of Duty could be coming as early as October, as claimed by journalist Tom Henderson, who has built a reputable history of leaking information surrounding Call of Duty and other major franchises.
In a tweet on January 13, Henderson reports of hearing “rumblings” that this fall’s Call of Duty game, which is presumed to be a follow-up to Modern Warfare 2019, could be pushed ahead one month early for an October release. The leaker claims this change would be due to Call of Duty: Vanguard’s poor sales. While Vanguard did top the PlayStation Store sales charts in North America and Europe for its November launch, the overall sales were in a bit of a decline over last year’s numbers for Black Ops Cold War.
Henderson also added that the early launch of Call of Duty 2022 would bring a “big” update to Call of Duty: Warzone shortly after. However, this Warzone report seems to follow suit with past titles, as Raven Software integrated both 2020’s Black Ops Cold War and 2021’s Vanguard into Warzone within a month or two of each game’s release.
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