Players of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 may not like the next months of the game, because Season 2 may be postponed.
The new episode of the historic shooter saga, which you can also find at the best price in the digital version on Amazon, was undoubtedly one of the most important releases of 2022.
Even without great additional content, Modern Warfare 2 has established itself in first position in many rankings, even putting aside giants like GTA 5.
A trend that we had already intuited from actually started, as the speed of sales of the shooter has been amazing.
But there is bad news for the fans because, as Dualshockers reports, the contents of Season 2 could suffer a joke stop.
The big update, which should bring new content and many changes in the quality of life, would be due to arrive on February 1 but, from sources close to the studio, it seems that it will be released on February 15 instead.
A date, that of February 1, which has never been announced by Activision or Infinity Ward. But, considering that the date on which the current battle pass ends is precisely that, it is reasonable to think that the news could arrive immediately after, in a relay race, so to speak.
New data mining information suggests Season 02 of MWII and Warzone 2 begins February 15th, not February 1st. Seems like the new Season may be delayed. No official announcement yet from Activision.
—CharlieIntel (@charlieINTEL) January 17, 2023
A new tweet from the Call of Duty news account, CharlieIntel, has hinted that the February 1 date may no longer apply.
From information obtained from data mining, in fact, it seems that Season 2 of Modern Warfare 2 will definitely start after two weeks.
Definitely not an exaggerated postponement, but certainly disappointing for players who hoped to get their hands on the new content starting February 2.
In the meantime, you can update yourself on the situation of Call of Duty within the fight between Xbox and Sony, with the latest releases that are very interesting.
In which more and more contenders have entered, and some of these, if nothing else, are starting to pave the way for Microsoft.