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Subsequent 12 months’s Name of Obligation sport will probably be a sequel to 2019’s Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare, in line with new stories.
Trade insider Tom Henderson tweeted that Name of Obligation 2022, codenamed Venture Cortez, is anticipated to be a sequel to 2019’s Fashionable Warfare reboot.
It seems to be like Name of Obligation: 2022 is codenamed Venture Cortez
It is anticipated to be a sequel to Fashionable Warfare 2019.
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) September 13, 2021
VGC additionally stories that Fashionable Warfare 2 is on the way in which subsequent 12 months and that it’s going to embody a marketing campaign that includes U.S. particular forces preventing Colombian drug cartels. Venture Cortez was a part of this week’s GeForce Now datamine, with Infinity Ward slated to be the developer.
In IGN’s Fashionable Warfare 2019 evaluation, we referred to as the sport “nice,” saying, “Fashionable Warfare’s attractive new Realism mode, the large-scale Floor Warfare, and fast and soiled Gunfight assist combine issues up for time.” It will make sense for the collection to comply with up the 2019 reboot since Fashionable Warfare broke a number of gross sales information on the time of its launch.
This 12 months, it is Sledgehammer Video games’ flip to launch the brand new Name of Obligation, with Name of Obligation: Vanguard set to return to PS5, Xbox Sequence X|S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 4. For extra, try our Name of Obligation Vanguard multiplayer beta impressions. Or, examine how Name of Obligation banned 100,000 accounts in a single day.
Logan Plant is a contract author for IGN. You’ll find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.