PlayStation owners are delighted with the new Call of Duty game, which is expected to be released at the end of 2022.
Last week was a profound development in the gaming world. Microsoft has announced it will buy Activision Blizzard, which owns the rights to beloved titles such as Call of Duty, for $68.7 billion. The move followed a slump in shares of Sony, considered one of Activision’s biggest rivals, and claims that Activision’s games would not come to PlayStation consoles.
However, recent developments suggest that Microsoft will not bypass PlayStation consoles despite being Xbox’s biggest competitor. In fact, it’s the news that’s expected from the new Call of Duty game, which is expected later this year.
Call of Duty 2022 will also come to older consoles
Activision Blizzard recently announced that Call of Duty, which is expected to be released later this year, will be developed by Infinity Ward, which is under the rebo off the modern warfare series, which was relaundered in October 2019.
Immediately after this announcement, Infinity Ward wrote on his official Twitter account, “The next generation of Call of Duty is coming soon. Stay vigilant,” she posted. Along with this post, exciting claims about the series were also made.
Reliable sources in the gaming industry have claimed that Infinity Ward is working on the second game of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, released in 2019, which has managed to get positive feedback from players.
In addition, the phrase “next generation” used in the sharing has led to rumors that the game will only be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series XIS consoles. But according to Tom Henderson, known for his reliable leaks about the Call of Duty, Battlefield and GTA series, this certainly doesn’t reflect reality.
Tom Henderson recently announced on his Twitter account that he will delight the older generation of console owners. Henderson announced that the new Call of Duty game, which will be released this year, will also come to consoles such as the PlayStation 4. The new generation used in the post explained that the studio has a different plan for the game.