Activision confirms Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and other Warzone plans

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Activision offered an update on Call of Duty: Warzone and released some details confirming the published reports. The big news is that it is confirming that this year’s Call of Duty is a sequel to Modern Warfare 2019.

On top of that, Activision said the new game and the new Warzone experience are designed together from the ground-up. Bloomberg, Tom Henderson and others gave the expected news on Modern Warfare 2.

You can also expect the big evolution of Battle Royale with all the new placespace and new sandbox modes for Warzone. The company has also confirmed the new Call of Duty game release and new engine power in both Warzone.

And, not surprisingly, development on both the new Call of Duty and the Warzone experience is being spearheaded by Infinity Ward. These are big announcements, but it’s weird that Activis has added them to the list of bug fixes for season 2 of Call of Duty: Vanguard.

That’s one of the improvements that killed me in the video embedded in this story: Gas mask animation no longer interrupts operators who aim to watch. (Haha).

Other bug fixes should also help a lot. And as far as I can tell, my Warzone friends report that the Ricochet anti-cheat technology introduced with Vanguard in the fall has greatly reduced fraud.

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