Call of Duty: MW2 is being made by 11 different studios according to report

the rumored Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which is expected to be the franchise’s release in 2022, has reportedly entered an early alpha stage, and the game is apparently being developed by 11 different studios.

Blizzard Activity It has yet to confirm that a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare will be released this year, but multiple reports from September indicate that this will be the case.

According to industry insider Tom Henderson, who first reported the existence of Modern Warfare 2, three Infinity Ward studios are working on the game along with treyarch, Activision Raven, Sledgehammer, Demonware, High Moon Studios, Toys for Bob Y Beenox.

The long-awaited sequel would already be in the alpha stage of development according to the report.

In a video of Youtube, Henderson said: “[La gran cantidad de estudios involucrados] It shouldn’t be much of a concern, as most of these studios have had some involvement in the last couple of years for every single Call of Duty title. From everything I’ve heard regarding Modern Warfare 2, everything works flawlessly.

“Some developers even referred to the current version of Modern Warfare as being in alpha. By my own accounts, I think this is the first time I’ve heard of a Call of Duty title being in its alpha stage.”

Henderson also said that he saw footage of Modern Warfare 2 and “the game looked really good. [en] their stage of development.

The game will reportedly include a campaign featuring the special forces of USA who fight Colombian drug cartels and their internal code name is Project Cortez.

IGN called Call of Duty: Modern Warfare “great”, saying that its “varied game modes and excellent gunplay suggest the series is headed in a promising direction.” The game also did well commercially, breaking multiple sales records when it was released.

The upcoming release, if official, is not to be confused with the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 which was released in 2009 and remastered in 2020.

The Modern Warfare reboot in Call of Duty

Call of Duty 2019 from Infinity Ward rebooted the Modern Warfare franchise and the studio is back at the helm based on the franchise’s three-year development cycle.

After the news that Xbox acquired Activision Blizzard, the 2022 Call of Duty entry would presumably be one of three reported entries in the series to be released as cross-platform games, after which Xbox could make the series an exclusive exclusive.

The timescale for that could be longer than expected, with reports that Activision may ditch annual releases for the series.

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