Call of Duty 2022 Leaks Suggest Dark Story, Morality System


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Call of Duty 2022 will reportedly be a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare. / Photo courtesy of Activision

Call of Duty‘s 2021 iteration, Vanguard, has yet to be released, but leaks have already revealed details of Call of Duty 2022’s campaign, from its “gritty and unrelenting” tone to a possible morality system reminiscent of Red Dead Redemption 2.

Call of Duty 2022 is rumored to be a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare developed by Infinity Ward. Its story is said to follow American soldiers going to war against Colombian drug cartels, and, according to a Twitter user whose information has largely been corroborated by VGC, it will push the series into still darker territory.

According to the Twitter leaker, @RalphsValve, shot enemies will “not die immediately, depending on where they’ve been wounded: they’ll beg for their lives, insult you, call out for their Mother, hallucinate, gurgle/moan/groan/death rattle, convulsions.” The gore will be realistic and change according to the caliber of the bullet, and enemies will lose limbs and survive, screaming in pain.

A moral compass system will reportedly offer players key decisions that will in turn affect several moments in the campaign.





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