Call Of Duty 2023 May Carry Forward Operators, Guns, And Bundles From MW2
Activision responds to the recent COD 2023 leaks.
Rumored information about this year's new Call of Duty game emerged in recent days, and now Activision itself has seemingly responded to acknowledge the supposed leaks. One of the rumors circling around COD 2023 is that Operators, weapons, and bundles from Modern Warfare II will carry forward to the new game.
The official Call of Duty Twitter account recent posed a poll to its millions of followers, asking if Operators, weapons, and bundles should carry forward to Call of Duty 2023. The answers to the poll were "Yes" and "Yes, when is reveal?" So this seems to be a tongue-in-cheek way for Activision to acknowledge the recent rumors without giving too much away ahead of the official reveal.
It's not a definite confirmation at this point, but it sure sounds like content from Modern Warfare II will carry forward to this year's game, and fans who invested time and money are probably happy to hear that. 2023's Call of Duty is rumored to be Modern Warfare III, with Sledgehammer Games leading development and support from Activision's network of studios as is normal for development on the COD series.
Let's get this out of the way...— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) July 17, 2023
Should #MWII Operators, Weapons and Bundles carry forward into Call of Duty 2023?
Other rumors about COD 2023 that have emerged in recent days have shed supposed details on a new perk system, red dots on the mini-map, and more. Seemingly in response, Activision sent DMCA takedown requests to some accounts that posted information.
CharlieIntel reported that COD 2023 will be announced in August 2023 during Season 5 of Modern Warfare II/Warzone. Keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest.