A claim has been made about the new Call of Duty game. According to the published report, Call of Duty, which will appear in 2021, will return to the game engine used by Modern Warfare and Warzone.
Call of Duty will use the IW8 engine that powers both COD: Modern Warfare and battle royale-themed COD: Warzone in 2021, when it will return to the Atmosphere of The Second World War, VGC announced. Although the game in question has not yet been announced, the claim has thrilled fans of the series.
The game will allegedly be an updated version of the engine used by COD: Black Ops Cold War, developed by Treyarch in 2020. Although no details about the game have yet been released by Activision, it is a well-known fact that a return to a built-in game engine will be made later this year.
Further leaks claim the game is called Call of Duty: Vanguard and will take place in an alternative reality that began in The Second World War and dates back to the 1950s. Eurogamer said those who expect the new game to have a World War II environment with a traditional theme will face sadness.
We’re going to have to wait a few months to figure out how all these allegations are going to play out. Considering that Black Ops Cold War, released in 2020, is not announced until August and debuted in November, we will have to wait a while longer to get precise information about this year’s launch. Finally, let’s state that the game will be developed by Sledgehammer Games.