Call of Duty: Vanguard is due to release in a few weeks, with its open wide beta set for the 16th of September. But we're already getting news on next year's Call of Duty, with the title reportedly acting as a sequel to 2019's rebooted Modern Warfare.
Confirming rumours from earlier this year, reliable insider, Tom Henderson asserts that next year's Call of Duty will be Modern Warfare 2. These claims have also been backed up by VGC, adding truth to the reports.
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Henderson states that the sequel goes by the codename of Project Cortez:
This title also appeared in the NVIDIA GeForce Now leak, lending some truth to the spillage despite the company claiming that list of games includes "speculative titles". Other games like a new Bioshock, Gears 6, and several PlayStation PC ports were also part of the catalogue.
Campaign details for Modern Warfare 2 have also been reported on, with VGC stating that the game will follow US forces, as they fend off Columbian drug cartels.
The news comes a few hours after Activision-Blizzard's employees issued a lawsuit against the company for unfair labor practices, two months after being sued by the State of California for sexist and discriminatory allegations.