Rumors Say Modern Warfare 3 Could Be Call Of Duty 2023

More details about Call of Duty 2023 have surfaced, further fueling rumors that it will be a full-fledged game and will be called Modern Warfare 3.

The news comes courtesy of Inside Gaming’s sources, Who said That this year’s Call of Duty will, in fact, be called Modern Warfare 3. Not only that, but he also said that it would be a “full-fledged sequel to Modern Warfare 2”. The game is being developed by Sledgehammer Games with help from other Call of Duty studios. The sources also revealed that Modern Warfare 3 “will feature a campaign, multiplayer, zombies, and a new Warzone 2 map set during the title’s first season.”

As per sources, the map for Warzone 2 will be Las Almas, which is where the events of Modern Warfare 2 take place. The launch of this map is expected in early December. For the Zombies mode, sources have stated that “the mode is essentially an Outbreak 2.0”. Additionally, he mentioned that Activision is currently planning whether the game will be a premium feature or a free-to-play experience.

He also reiterated important dates for Modern Warfare 3, including its beta weekend, campaign early access, full release, and more:

  • Beta Weekend 1 (PS4/PS5) – October 6 – 10, 2023
  • Beta Weekend 2 (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC) – October 12 – 16, 2023
  • Campaign Early Access (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC) – November 2, 2023
  • Full Release (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC) – November 10th, 2023
  • Season 1 Launch / New Warzone Map – December 5th, 2023

This news was surprising to many. For months, players were told by various sources that this year’s Call of Duty release would revolve around the release of content for Modern Warfare 2. supposedly the game would just get New Maps, Campaign DLC, even more. Jason Schreier too doubled down on your tweet that the next full game by Treyarch would come out in 2024, and that only a “‘premium’ (paid expansion) by Sledgehammer” would come out this year. However, with this new information, it looks like that may no longer be the case.

As is the case with leaks and rumours, take this information with a grain of salt. Until an official announcement is made regarding plans for Call of Duty this year, treat this information as rumor, not fact.

That’s all we know about Call of Duty plans for 2023. Check out our gaming news articles for the latest in gaming news.

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