Call of Duty 2025 rumoured Leaks and Scoops
We've been on and off the Call of Duty content a bit, so we have some rumoured leaks for the upcoming Call of Duty 2025, along with some other info revolving around this universe, Keep reading to find out more!
For our COD fans around, we’ve got some great news! According to a recent rumour, Call of Duty 2025 might just resemble the relationship between Call of Duty 2024 and Modern Warfare 3, which included remastered multiplayer maps from Black Ops 2. Notably, the 2023 Call of Duty instalment is taking a different approach. It will be the first in the series to directly continue the storyline from the preceding game, following up on the events of Modern Warfare 2.
Modern Warfare 3 is also breaking away from the traditional Call of Duty formula in another way. Instead of introducing an entirely new multiplayer experience, it will maintain the core gameplay style, weapons, and unlocks from Modern Warfare 2. Players can expect remastered maps from the 2009 Modern Warfare 2 title for multiplayer battles.
This unconventional strategy is believed to be a response to development challenges faced by the Call of Duty franchise in recent years, which disrupted the usual release schedule and led to the rushed launch of Black Ops Cold War by Treyarch instead of the initially planned Sledgehammer-developed CoD title in 2020. However, it's important to note that this is still speculative information.
Nonetheless, it appears that Modern Warfare 3 might be setting a precedent. According to Twitter leaker el_bobberto, the Call of Duty game scheduled for 2025 will serve a similar purpose for Treyarch's new Call of Duty title set to release in 2024. However, instead of utilizing maps from the 2009 Modern Warfare 2, it's rumored to feature maps from Black Ops 2. It's important to emphasize that this information should be taken with caution, and even the leaker acknowledged that it is subject to change over the next two years.
Cove - DLC
Detour - DLC
Dig - DLC
Downhill - DLC
Encore - DLC
Frost - DLC
Grind - DLC
Hydro - DLC
Magma - DLC
Mirage - DLC
Pod - DLC
Rush - DLC
Studio - DLC
Takeoff - DLC
Uplink - DLC
Vertigo - DLC
If Modern Warfare 3 proves to be successful with its approach of remastering maps from the previous title, it wouldn't be surprising for Activision to continue this strategy in future Call of Duty games. With a vast library of 20 games in the series, there are plenty of classic Call of Duty titles to choose from for such a remastered map-focused approach.
Regarding the choice of Black Ops 2 maps over the original Black Ops, it's possible that Black Ops 2 maps were selected for a variety of reasons, including fan popularity, gameplay balance, and potentially the existence of Nuketown 2025, which could be a key factor. However, the specific reasons behind this decision aren't known at this time.
As for the release of the 2025 Call of Duty game, fans will have to wait at least two years to get answers, as Activision typically reveals details about upcoming Call of Duty titles in the spring or summer of the year they are set to release.