Infinity Ward Tells Fans to “Stay Frosty” in Response to Call of Duty Leak

By   /   Apr 28, 2016
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A few days ago, it was leaked that the next Call of Duty game from Infinity Ward would be called “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.” The Call of Duty leak has not been confirmed yet by either Activision or Infinity Ward itself, but Infinity Ward just put up a message on their Twitter. Just two words, but they could say a lot: “Stay frosty.”

The phrase, normally slang in the military for “Stay alert” when passing through enemy territory, is most likely a message for Call of Duty fans awaiting actual confirmation on the game’s title to be on the lookout for any new information.

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With Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 having already come out since Infinity Ward’s last go-around on the Call of Duty carousel, the studio is going to have to really work at whatever game they’re making in order to try and surpass Sledgehammer and Treyarch.

Infinity Ward’s last Call of Duty game was Call of Duty: Ghosts, which ended on a cliffhanger, with the main character stuck in a hole in the ground in the South American jungle, waiting to be tortured and brainwashed.

If the Call of Duty leak was true, and Infinity Ward really is just working on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, that’ll be an annoying thing to have to deal with if the game isn’t “Ghosts 2,” if you were playing for the story.

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Infinity Ward’s message didn’t really give us any sort of date to expect about when we would get any information related to their upcoming go at Call of Duty, but hopefully it’ll be soon, and if it doesn’t happen in the next month, we can always look forward to seeing it debut at E3.

So, do any of you guys believe the leak? Do you want Ghosts 2, or something else? Or are you more excited for a Call of Duty 4 remastered game being bundled with whatever it is?