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New Call of Duty 2022 leaks surface; realistic gore, inspired by films like Sicario, moral system, weapon jam & more

It appears that some new details about the next Call of Duty game, Call of Duty 2022, have been leaked online. According to numerous reports, this Call of Duty 2022 game will be a sequel to Modern Warfare, and will be inspired by films such as Sicario, Traffic and No Country for Old Men.

According to the recent leaks, Modern Warfare 2 will feature a moral system. This system will be influenced by certain decisions the player makes and will have a large impact on the campaign.

Additionally, the game will have more realistic gore. Enemies will attempt to “put pressure on their wounds in an attempt to stop the bleeding.” Moreover, players can expect a dismemberment system as characters can lose limbs during battles.

COD 2022 also promises to introduce weapon jam animations. Not only that, but players will be able to recover bullets they have wasted via jamming.

VGC claims that these reports fall in line with what it has heard so far. Therefore, and since there are multiple sources behind this leak, we can assume it’s legit.

As always, we suggest taking everything you just read with a grain of salt. After all, Modern Warfare 2 is not coming out anytime soon. Hell, even Call of Duty Vanguard isn’t out yet.

Kudos to our reader “Raiden Black” for informing us!

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