The internal developer name for the 2022 Call of Duty title has reportedly leaked and been revealed in a massive gaming leak from NVIDIA’s servers.
Overnight, individuals on Reddit and Medium blog noticed a back end server opening into NVIDIA’s GeForce technology site that allowed users to see hundreds of games that are tested out on their servers.
The list included many already announced and revealed games, but also included a variety of unannounced games. Many of the unannounced games were listed as just the internal developer name rather an official name.
The full list is available here.
One of the games on the NVIDIA list is listed as “Project Cortez.”
This project is listed as an Activision Blizzard published game with the developer: Infinity Ward.
This appears to be potentially be the code name for Call of Duty 2022 from Infinity Ward.
Cortez code name has not been used for previous Call of Duty games. Warzone’s code name was Magma, as evident by file names on the Call of Duty site. Black Ops Cold War’s was Zeus.
Infinity Ward, to no surprise, is most likely developer of Call of Duty 2022. Activision has not commented on Infinity Ward’s next project and won’t until mid 2022, at the earliest.
Their last title was Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, released in 2019. Modern Warfare is one of the most successful Call of Duty games of all time.
No specific info regarding Call of Duty 2022 is available at this point.
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