It will be a more tactical sandbox mode in which players can lose their entire team if they are eliminated during the match.
Activision is preparing, like every year, to bring us a new Call of Duty, confirming a few weeks ago that the one we will receive this 2022 will be Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 , the sequel to that title that wanted to restart this sub-saga in 2019 and that It managed to be a success with critics and the public.
Along with Modern Warfare 2 , as confirmed by Activision in February , a new graphics engine will arrive, an evolution of the battle royale and a new sandbox mode that today we know will be inspired by Escape from Tarkov, one of the most satisfying experiences and the hard time we can find within PC shooters today.
The person in charge of giving new information about this ” sandbox ” mode is TheGhostofHope , a well-known Call of Duty news leaker who points out that this game mode, currently known as DMZ , will be launched in beta at the same time as when Modern arrives. Warfare 2 to our PCs and consoles , as an experience like DMZ “doesn’t become final until the general public has gotten hands on it. It’s a large mode that needs maintenance.”
In addition, when asked if this sandbox is similar to Escape from Tarkov , this well-known leaker points out that it will be so, offering us a more tactical experience than the one we usually find in Call of Duty in which we can lose our entire team if we are annihilated , just like in the Battlestate Games game. Of course, it will be interesting to see how Activision and Infinity Ward are going to adapt such a ” hardcore ” experience like Escape from Tarkov to make it accessible to a wider audience, but given how well they’ve been at adapting the battle royale formula to Call of Duty, they’ll probably do a good job and we’ll find a very interesting mode.