JGOD Explains How Rumored CoD 2023 Delay Could “Destroy” Warzone

Call of Duty statistics expert JGOD made his decision on the rumored CoD 2023 delay as he believes it could have dire consequences for Warzone.

As Call of Duty fans grew increasingly frustrated with the state of CoD: Vanguard, many looked to the future and what the rumored next release would bring.

That next release is supposed to be Modern Warfare 2 – the sequel to the 2019 soft reboot of the Modern Warfare series – but other than that, Call of Duty will follow a new path. Bloomberg has reported that the 2023 title will be delayed, meaning there will be a gap in the usual annual release cycle for CoD.

There have been rumors that the void will be filled by a new free-to-play title – with many suggesting it could be Warzone 2. However, if that’s the case, YouTuber JGOD has some concerns.

Concept image of Warzone 2

There have been rumors of a Warzone 2 setup.

In his February 24 video, statistician Warzone compiled some of the recent leaks and rumors about the future of Call of Duty and Warzone, and what it means.

JGOD suggests that if the annual release cycle is broken, Warzone could be left in the dust. “I do not think [Modern Warfare 2] will be integrated into Warzone,” he said. “And that means you won’t really get any new content for Warzone 1.”

The YouTuber suggests that there will be virtually no “new content” for Warzone before Warzone 2’s release, which could leave the game in “a kind of limbo” for a while.

As JGOD noted, his taking on everything is based solely on rumors and speculation, and nothing is fake. Even so, he has a good point. The developers aren’t likely to focus on Warzone while building a new battle royale experience, so players can get tired.

If that’s the case, players will likely find ways to keep themselves entertained with Warzone, but many others may leave it for other battles. However, we will have to wait and see what happens. JGOD Explains How Rumored CoD 2023 Delay Could “Destroy” Warzone

Emma Bowman

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