Advanced Warfare’ sequel reportedly in the works

Sledgehammer Games is engaged on a sequel to Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare, it’s being reported.

According to insider Ralph Valve, Sledgehammer will revisit the futuristic fight of Advanced Warfare (2014) following the comparatively poor efficiency of its newest title from the sequence, 2021’s Call Of Duty: Vanguard.

Valve, who’s beforehand leaked correct details about Activision’s hit first-person shooter, shared particulars on the potential sequel in a brand new article for What If Gaming. He claims that the subsequent Advanced Warfare recreation is slated for a 2025 launch.

As Game Spot notes, nevertheless, CharlieIntel has shared conflicting info. Yesterday (October 5), the website tweeted: “I’ve heard that there isn’t any Advanced Warfare 2 at the moment in growth at Sledgehammer Games, regardless of the rumours immediately.

“Not fully clear yet what Sledgehammer Games is working on.”

But in response to CharlieIntel’s publish, COD leaker GhostOfHope stated that they’ve additionally “heard and might corroborate that Sledgehammer is engaged on a successor to Advanced Warfare“.

CharlieIntel instructed that one in all the causes the Advanced Warfare 2 hearsay was dismissed is as a result of a brand new Call Of Duty recreation is slated to reach in 2024. That date would imply Activision wouldn’t be giving the subsequent COD title a two-year cycle.

However, GhostOfHope stated that he believes “Treyarch are getting a 2 year cycle on their game”, including that they “disagree with that part of the leak from Ralph” relating to the supposed 2025 launch.

“I assume that Treyarch getting 2 years is still potentially not settled in studio yet so [Valve] hearing 1 year lifecycle instead of the 2 years I’ve heard it makes sense why he would hear 2025 instead of 2026,” they continued.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, in the meantime, is because of launch on October 28. Infinity Ward lately printed a weblog that outlined what the developer plans to vary earlier than the recreation’s launch.

In the publish, Infinity Ward shared that though there was “more positive” suggestions relating to Modern Warfare 2‘s loud footsteps, the studio has seen fans’ “continued feedback on the volume of footsteps and will continue to balance enemy/friendly footstep audio ahead of launch”.

The developer went to to say that “enemy visibility” was additionally a difficulty that “came up throughout both weekends of our beta”.

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