Call of Duty Insider knocks down the next generation exclusive rumors of COD 2022
The next annual release of Call of Duty was confirmed this week with Infinity Ward apparently directing its development, but with that announcement a question arose: Does this Game of Call of Duty will only be launched in the newest consoles and not in the oldest? Taking into account that it would not be launched until the end of this year and that we advance every day more in the current generation of consoles, it was not an unreasonable question. Infinity Ward’s own phrase of his provocation that referred to “a new generation” also fed these speculation.
The launch platforms of Call of Duty 2022 have not yet been confirmed and it is likely that they do not talk about them for a while, but according to at least one Call of Duty member, the game supposedly will be launched on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox platforms One. Together with the current generation systems. Independent writer and connoisseur of Call of Duty Tom Henderson indicated both on Thursday after the provocation of Infinity Ward. Henderson said that “the next title will come both the current consoles and the last generation” and suggested that the words of Infinity Ward referred to something else.
Of course, it is not clear what those “other… plans” are, but the DMZ referred to in Henderson’s Tweet is at least something that has been spoken before. That is a reference to a Call of Duty mode of the same name that will supposedly be included in the launch of Call of Duty 2022. It is said that it is inspired by escapar de Tarkov and may be more an open world experience compared to the more modes Traditional Call of Duty, but that, like many other things about the next Game of Call of Duty, is based on speculation and rumors for now.
In comparison, it has rumored that Call of Duty 2023 will only get a launch of the current generation, which would mean leaving behind the oldest consoles, but it does not make sense to worry about that now considering that Call of Duty 2022 has not even been released or Officially presented. All this, of course, occurs after Microsoft purchased Activision Blizzard, the editor responsible for all Call of Duty games, a monumental acquisition that apparently soon will be reviewed by the Federal Trade Commission.
Call of Duty 2022 has not yet been revealed, but Infinity Ward has been confirmed as its developer.