Call of Duty 2022 is expected to be a sequel of the Modern Warfare series

An leak by NVIDIA suggest Call of Duty 2022 will be a sequel of the popular Modern Warfare series which is codenamed as Project Cortez.
An leak by NVIDIA suggest Call of Duty 2022 will be a sequel of the popular Modern Warfare series which is codenamed as Project Cortez.

Call of Duty 2022: The Call of Duty series is one of the best first-person action games out there and fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming Call of Duty title that is expected to release in 2022. After a lot of speculation regarding Call of Duty 2022, an internal leak by NVIDIA has created a buzz in the gaming community as it suggests that the upcoming title from Activision might be a sequel of the popular Modern Warfare series which is codenamed as Project Cortez.

The upcoming Call of Duty 2022 title is internally known as Project Cortez by the Activision developers as per reports. Many leakers and players on Reddit noticed that a back-end server of the NVIDIA’s GeForce technology site revealed the names of several hundreds of games that are being tested in the servers. This long list of games included both announced as well as unannounced games. Users noticed “Project Cortez” on the NVIDIA list which was published by Activision Blizzard and Infinity Ward. Various sources from VGC as well as the popular leaker, Tom Henderson leaked that Call of Duty 2022 might be a sequel of the Modern Warfare 2019.

Many reports also claim that Activision is planning to include a campaign that will involve US Special Forces fighting against the drug cartels in Colombia. Activision still hasn’t commented anything on their upcoming Call of Duty 2022 title and is not expected to announce anything until the mid of 2022. Though it is most likely that Project Cortez will be the successor of COD: Modern Warfare 2019 but fans should take this information with a grain of salt as nothing is official till now and might be subject to change at later stages.

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