There is certainly a lot of speculation at the moment regarding Call of Duty: 2021. Interestingly, Twitter rumors have begun to emerge which might narrow down what type of game we can expect.
We don't have all the answers, but the rumors circulating around on Twitter regarding COD 2021 are an interesting read. What kind of game can we expect? Who's making it? When and where will it take place?
We might have already found the answer to one of those questions. With regards to who's developing it Sledgehammer Games possibly teased COD 2021 on Twitter.
If you follow Call of Duty extensively, Sledgehammer Games are the developers behind Advanced Warfare and Call of Duty: WWII.
If you were a fan of these games, you may want to hold your breath as one leaker indicates that World War 3 will not be the next game in the series...
Call of Duty 2021: Speculation and Claims
A new COD 2021 insider rumor is circulating that claims that the game will not be set during the fictional World War 3.
Many COD fans are keen to see the return to Advanced Warfare, despite it being a rather polarising game.
Some players believe that COD 2021 would be a spiritual-sequel to Advanced Warfare, and would likely be set in a fictional future.
One notable Call of Duty source named ModernWarzone tweeted this, noting that it is only speculation:
ModernWarzone notes that they "haven't' heard anything" regarding the rumor. However, this doesn't mean however that it can't be discarded altogether.
Sledgehammer Games' recent ambiguously worded tweet might indicate that the company is working to produce COD 2021. However, if they are, they might not be taking players where they expect...
COD 2021: WW3 Rumor Debunked?
Tom Henderson, a leaker who has proven reliable in the past with Call of Duty scoops and information has weighed in on the subject and possibly debunked this theory.
Replying to a user's tweet, Henderson simply replied with this message:
This might seem like a rather confident reply, or perhaps it is lacking substance, like the rumors regarding Call of Duty 2021 at the moment.
Currently, there has been no update from Activision and its partner companies regarding this rumor and the speculation it has generated.
It is unlikely that this will change as Activision will want to keep their cards close to their chest.
We will, however, continue to update fans with news regarding COD 2021 moving forward.
In the meantime, you might want to keep yourself entertained with some pre-existing Call of Duty titles.
If you're a battle royale player you might be feeling a bit annoyed at Warzone's DMR 14 right now.
With its recent additions, it appears that the battle royale game mode is undergoing some serious problems. Many fans are feeling that in its current state Call of Duty: Warzone is broken and is boring players.
There are other Call of Duty titles to be enjoyed, however. If you are playing Black Ops: Cold War you might be happy to find out that Search & Destroy is getting its final killcam back.
Whatever Call of Duty title you are into, you can be assured that there will be plenty more additions to the ever-growing series in the future. We can only look forward to what's in store.