Call of Duty Ghosts 2 for 2019
Infinity Ward and Activision are tricking to keep gamers guessing whether 2019’s Call of Duty game will be Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 or Call of Duty: Ghost 2. After the chart domination of the year 2018’s COD: Black Ops 4, the publisher is searching for what comes next.
Treyarch’s Multiplayer only criticis
However, the long-running first-person shooter video game franchise and its spin-offs have proved that they still have many places as 2018’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 faced its critics and Treyarch went down to the multiplayer route. Whether the developer Infinite War decides to chase the suit or return to Call of Duty Single-player Campaign remains to be discovered, but another way, a confirmation could be appearing soon.
Leak from Ashton Williams about COD: Ghosts 2
The communication manager named Ashton Williams of Infinite Ward recently posted on Twitter, in which he had shared a cryptic nod at the next Call of Duty title of the studio. The use of creepy skull and static effects has lots of fans and experts divided into two camps over what the communication manager means. However, it didn’t take a long time for some point to reveal the skull could relate to Modern Warfare’s Lieutenant named Simon Ghost Riley.
Another essential point was out that 2013’s Call of Duty: Ghosts utilized a skull motif in its marketing campaign. Over five years have been passed since the release of Ghosts to PC, Xbox, PlayStation, etc. while the gamers have been looking for any leaks or news relating to a possible sequel. Like how Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 shifted from what everyone considered from the sub-series, a Ghosts sequel could reimagine itself for the new generation.
Whether the upcoming title of Infinity Ward will be Call of Duty Ghosts 2 or Modern Warfare 4, but one industry expert has predicted of Ghosts 2. Jason Schreier has revealed that the developer Infinity Ward isn’t currently working on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare 2 for sure. Even though, Scherier doesn’t go into depth why, because he’s famous for uncovering industry news and usually being right about all these happens.
Moreover, this wouldn’t be the first whisper related to Call of Duty: Ghosts 2. It was revealed last year that Infinity Ward would make its return to the dystopian world of COD GHOSTS. However it the studio is queuing up Ghosts 2, players should consider another release. Even without the resurgence of 2018 in CoD fandom. MW3 successfully premiered in the year 2011 and sold almost 6.5 million copies in the US and UK within twenty-four hours. Call of Duty games are teased in March with a confirmation in May, but Infinite Ward and Activision are looking for to move the title speedily in the year 2019.