Leaker Claims Call of Duty 2023 Will Be Set In The "Near Future"

Even though Call of Duty: Vanguard is a few months away, rumours surrounding future instalments of the first-person shooter franchise are already beginning to emerge, much to the excitement and curiosity of the community. Details surrounding Call of Duty 2022 have already emerged and now leaks are beginning to appear surrounding 2023's release.

While we know that COD 2022 is expected to be a sequel to 2019's Modern Warfare, we know minimal details on what 2023's title has to offer but thanks to notable leaker Tom Henderson, the very first details on the game appear to have leaked.

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Call of Duty 2023 Leak

Call of Duty 2023 Leak
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The leak from Henderson confirms that Black Ops developer Treyarch will be leading the development of the unnamed title. The leaker goes one step further, revealing that the game will be set in the near-future and will be another title featuring the standard boots-on-the-ground movement mechanics.

Considering Henderson's impressive track record of leaking accurate information, it's highly likely that this information is accurate even though the official information for COD 2023 won't be emerging for at least another 12 months. With Treyarch back at the help, there's every chance that the game will be the sixth entry into the Black Ops series, building from the success of Black Ops Cold War which was released in November 2020.

COD 2023 Setting

The only piece of information surrounding the game's setting is that it is set in the near-future. Black Ops 2 was set in 2025 so there could be a chance of the game slotting into the timeline between the events of Black Ops 2 and Black Ops 3. As always, leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt, but this news is certainly exciting for Black Ops fans.

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