Call Of Duty Leaks Important Info: Performer Confirms His Role, Will Be Playing ‘Radcliffe’
The Call of Duty saga has starred in recent days for being a key asset in the purchase of Activision Blizzard, which has been the subject of numerous discussions with competition regulators in the US and the United Kingdom. While this battle was being waged, Activision has been working on the next installments of its shooter franchise and while no official details have been shared yet, fans of the brand are getting informed via leaks.
The last one has the actor Luke Charles Stafford as the protagonist, as this professional has shared a few images related to Call of Duty on his Facebook account before deleting everything. “Activision has decided to adapt their next main character, Ratcliffe for Call of Duty based on my face/look, and I’m elated – To all my roommates at Anderson University and those years in Smith Hall playing Black Ops II… Next year, we can face each other again, but I want you to play my character.” These words were accompanied by photos of Stafford decked out in a motion capture suit.
When referencing “next year” Call of Duty, it’s clear that Stafford is referring to the planned 2024 delivery. On the other hand, it is important to note that Ratfliffe’s character may be based on a real English soldier, Peter Ratcliffe, who served for 30 years in the Parachute Regiment and the Special Air Service. During this time, he was awarded a medal for his actions during the Gulf War, so many theorize a Call of Duty set around this conflict.
And what do we know about Call of Duty 2023?
Although it is a closer delivery in time, it is not that we have many details about the Call of Duty scheduled for this year. However, an oversight by the judge in the case of the FTC and Microsoft set the launch of this title for November 10, and we already know of some NBA players who have had access to the Activision shooter. As always, we will have to wait for those responsible to publish more information to find out its characteristics.