Modern Warfare 2: Multiple Studios Are Currently Working on the Game

Source: comicbook.com

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 comes as a reboot of Modern Warfare, and it has entered the early alpha stage, and it seems that there are plenty of studios in for fun.

Activision will soon confirm that Modern Warfare 2 will be the next Call of Duty game released in 2022, and many insiders are confident that the sequel will actually get here later this year.

It was reported that it could be released earlier than the usual November timeframe, because Call of Duty Vanguard, which was released in 2021 by Sledgehammer Games had poor sales. And we are more inclined to believe this since Modern Warfare 2 has already entered the alpha stage of development.

The report comes from insider Tom Henderson, who has uploaded a new video to his YouTube channel, talking about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. He stated that there are 11 studios that are currently helping with the development process of the sequel. He also talked about how smoothly everything goes behind the scenes. Tom Henderson is known for being a reputable leaker, and he has a history of leaking true information about the Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises.

Of course, we cannot get over the fact that Warzone Pacific and Call of Duty: Vanguard were both released with plenty of bugs, and Season 2 was even delayed by two weeks, so that developers can work on solving ongoing issues. But it seems that it won’t be a problem with Modern Warfare 2, as Henderson stated that he has seen early footage of the game, and that it all looks really well, considering they’re still in the development stage.

The new campaign might also have its focus on General Shepherd, and it might also take place in Latin America, of course, involving Cartels.

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