Call Of Duty 2022 Rumored To Arrive Early Due To Poor Vanguard Sales
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.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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