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'Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2022' Is Bringing Back An Infamous Character

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'Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2022' Is Bringing Back An Infamous Character

The next Call of Duty game, which will continue the storyline of Modern Warfare 2019, will see the return of none other than General Shepherd. 

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At the end of Modern Warfare 2019, Shepherd asked for a list of candidates for Task Force 141 to take Viktor Zakhaev down, and these names included "Soap" MacTavish, Kyle "Gaz" Garrick and Simon "Ghost" Riley. As Warzone, Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard have been the staples for the series since then, it’s easy to forget that bringing Shepherd back has been hinted before.

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RalphsValve, the same leaker who claims that the new game will have determinant decisions and psychological effects of distressing situations, is the source of this information. As well as Shepherd, they assert that Captain Price, Soap, Ghost and Roach will put in an appearance and the maps Favela, Terminal, Highrise, Shipment and Quarry will return. 

They continue to say that the artificial intelligence of enemies has been greatly improved. “AI will react realistically to bullet wounds, depending on where they’ve been shot, their body will recoil back authentically,” explained RalphsValve. “If out of ammo, they’ll charge you, butting you with their gun, or pulling for a knife. Enemies also call out for the names of their teammates in combat.” 

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This suggests that the game will provide a lot more tension and terror in its cartel war setting. That being said, Infinity Ward has also apparently been working on a “Floor is Lava” multiplayer mode which is a dash of the irreverence that we know from Call of Duty.

Of course, we aren’t able to say for certain whether or not these statements are verifiable as Activision continues to gear up for Vanguard’s launch. However, industry insider Tom Henderson and Video Games Chronicle agree on a number of points on the new game, which is a promising sign.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call Of Duty Modern Warfare, Activision

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