Some franchises have had annual releases for many years and one of them is Call of Duty, but a year ago Activision said they weren’t going to release a installment in 2023. If that’s true , this year would be the first without a Call of Duty title in almost two decades, but a new report assures that we will see a new COD this year and it would be a Sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

It was a long time ago Jason Schreier Bloomberg had reported that Activision was planning DLC ​​for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which would arrive this year and would be priced at $70, as if it were a premium game. However, this week Schreier reported that there has been a change of plans and the DLC has become a full game, so we will see a Call of Duty launch in 2023.

The Call of Duty that would go on sale in 2023 would be made by Sledgehammer Games under the supervision of Infinity Ward, since it is a continuation of the story of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. In addition, Schreier assures that there will be content from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 which will be transferred in the new opus, but not know the details about it.

Originally it was a premium expansion, but it has been turned into a full gameJason said via his Twitter account. A user asked if this was the second expansion for COD: MW2 disguised as a full game, but Jason replied that it was a game of “full size”, with campaign, different maps and game modes. Regarding transferable content, “the idea is that MW2 content carried over to next game instead of starting from scratch“, this is what the journalist said.

In November last year, the Whatifgaming portal announced that Cal of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 would have episodic campaigns as DLC, which would arrive throughout 2023 and give us a more intimate look at the franchise’s established characters. , such as Ghost. It’s possible this DLC is the one that’s been turned into a full Call of Duty game, as we might see more Ghost in a Modern Warfare 2 sequel.

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