Call of Duty: Infinity Ward May Be Teasing Ghosts 2

Developer Infinity Ward could also be teasing the following Call of Duty sport. 

Speculation surrounding the following Call of Duty sport started when Infinity Ward member Ashton Williams started posting horror-related gifs because the finish of final November. The first of those gifs has since been pinned to the highest of her Twitter account. 

It does not sound like a lot, however there are some things about these posts that followers can not help however discover. First off, she began posting these gifs nicely after Halloween, so it is not like she was using the Halloween bandwagon. Second, Williams is the Communications Manager for Infinity Ward, so it would not be remarkable for her to make use of her social media accounts to hype some type of announcement. Third, Williams does not seem to have actually carried out something like this earlier than, or no less than not for this period of time. 

Lastly, Infinity Ward occurs to have been the studio that developed Call of Duty: Ghosts. This had led some followers to recommend that the studio is teasing the reveal of a brand new Ghost sport by way of these seemingly mysterious – and admirably spooky – Twitter posts. 

However, there are some things working towards that principle. First off, Call of Duty: Ghosts was not a very well-received Call of Duty sport. Its gross sales had been disappointing by franchise requirements, and opinions of the sport typically referred to it as generic and incomplete. There’s additionally the matter of a ResetEra put up from Kotaku’s Jason Schreier wherein he states that Infinity Ward’s subsequent Call of Duty sport is not going to be a sequel to Ghosts

So whereas there’s fairly a bit working towards a Ghosts sequel in the mean time, there’s at all times a risk that these posts are referring to some type of upcoming content material associated to an Infinity War venture. It’s additionally solely potential that Williams is simply actually, actually into spooky issues. So far as that goes, we definitely cannot blame her. 

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed collection of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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