Call of Duty leaker RalphsValve has already shown upcoming information on Call of Duty 2022, including possible multiplayer maps. Now, the focus is on the campaign and it seems like this Call of Duty is focusing on realism. As the years go by, developers have tried to make a more realistic firing experience by giving proper recoil and sound effects, but this Call of Duty is apparently going even further.
Based on the leak, there will be more focus on "Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language, Suggestive Themes, Use of Drugs, In-Game Content Purchases, and Users Interaction." There will even be a "moral system" in the campaign which hints at players having to make tough choices.
They are even taking in the mental toil soldiers have to go through in the midst of battle with blurred vision, shaky hands, and disorienting sounds. But unlike Vanguard based in World War II, this one is apparently focused on the war on drugs. Something much closer to home.
The realism doesn't stop there as it's described, "contingent on the caliber of bullet, combatants will lose limbs - often remaining conscious, squirming and screaming. They’ll also put pressure on wounds in an attempt to stop the bleeding."
Needless to say, this may be the most intense Call of Duty game to date.