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Call of Duty 2024: Is a New Call of Duty Game in the Works?

Looks like everyone’s favorite tactical shooter Call of Duty 2024 is on the cards or at least according to data miners. With games like Gray Zone Warfare on the market, now is the best time for a new Call of Duty game to shake things up (or do what they’ve been doing for the past 2 decades). Data miners have uncovered potential clues about a Call of Duty sequel suggesting that a new Call of Duty game or the next installment in the iconic FPS series by developers Activision and Infinity Ward could be revealed through an in-game event in Warzone later this month.

Following the release of the Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone Season 3 Reloaded update on Wednesday, data miners delved into the game’s code. They unearthed references hinting at plans for the announcement of the next Call of Duty game.

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Call of Duty 2024: A New Call of Duty Game Leaked?

Speculation is rife that the unveiling could occur during a dedicated showcase event expected next month. Microsoft’s recent announcement of an Xbox Games Showcase on June 9, followed by another digital presentation for an undisclosed project, has fueled rumors that the mystery title is indeed the new Call of Duty game.

The Verge reports that the upcoming game, codenamed Cerberus, is slated for a late October release, aligning with typical Call of Duty launch windows.

Black Ops or Warzone: A Call of Duty Sequel Maybe?

Notably, the teaser image released by Microsoft for the mystery game showcase features what appears to be Cerberus, the mythical three-headed dog. Cerberus has been associated with the Black Ops series and is speculated to play a significant role in the new installment.

Data miners also stumbled upon references suggesting that players who pre-order the new Call of Duty game might unlock a Frank Woods character in Warzone, akin to previous promotions seen in Black Ops: Cold War.

Furthermore, code found in the recent Warzone update hints at potential crossovers between Modern Warfare 3, Warzone, and popular franchises like Fallout, Gundam, and The Crow in Season 4.

Reports indicate that this year’s Call of Duty installment, believed to be a new Black Ops game, is set in the early 1990s during the Gulf War era, with development spearheaded by Treyarch.

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