It seems that Infinity Ward is increasing the commercialization of Call of Duty 2022, which is expected to be Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. The developer restarted the Modern Warfare series in 2019 with an immense commercial success and excellent criticisms after a period of games set in a distant future that presented space combat and advanced movement. Players responded to these entrances with mixed reactions, but _ called duty: Modern War, he felt like a return to form and reminded the players the golden age of the series without stopping repeating what the franchise had done to that moment. Now, it seems that Infinity Ward is ready to reveal the expected sequel.

After confirming this year’s entry there will be a sequel to -duty: Modern War, Infinity Ward remained silent about the new game. Now, he has taken things one step further by eliminating all his Instagram publications and converting his Twitter profile picture into a black circle and his banner image in an extremely dark image. Twitter user Mrdalekjd illuminated the image of the banner and, although it seems to be almost nothing, it is an image of Ghost, one of the most iconic characters of the franchise. Ghost made his debut in the original _Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 in 2009 and subsequently returned in post-launch content for Modern Moderna_ (2019) and zona of war. It is expected that he plays an important role in the new game campaign, which is rumored to focus on the Colombian drug cartel.

Earlier this month, the informant RalphsValves suggested that somewhat related to Call of Duty would come at the end of April. They also mentioned that a revelation was planned for May, but maybe an advance that tells fans when to tune the right revelation will come at the end of this month. The details about the project are still scarce, but it is rumored that it is one of the most ambitious Call of Duty games to date with a new SandBox mode.

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