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Tom Henderson’s Call of Duty scoops preserve coming. Henderson beforehand reported that this yr’s Call of Duty can be a sequel to Modern Warfare and that it could nonetheless be a cross-gen launch. The newest report goes again to the Call of Duty effectively, however this time it’s for some kaiju-sized information.
In an article for Xfire, Henderson experiences that none aside from King Kong and Godzilla are being thought of for Call of Duty: Warzone. Corroborating a Twitter person “who has since deleted their profile” with Henderson’s personal sources, the piece describes idea artwork that includes the 2 legendary monsters. One confirmed a WW2-era aircraft being struck by Kong, and the opposite featured Godzilla vaporizing troops along with his nuclear blue beam. It’s vital to notice that these are simply idea artwork — Henderson clearly says as a lot — but it surely does imply that the developer is considering what these two beasts may deliver to Warzone. It wouldn’t be the primary time we received Call of Duty content material from a kaiju sequence: Attack on Titan bundles have already been featured in Warzone Pacific.
At the second, the group’s focus appears to be on stopping cheaters. More and extra of them have been cropping up, regardless of Ricochet anti-cheat software program being carried out in Warzone and Vanguard. At current, legit gamers are given a “Damage Shield” that forestalls any detected cheaters from hurting them.