We are in February and currently there are quite a mystery about what will happen this year with the Call of Duty saga. Various rumors indicated that Activision was not going to launch a delivery this year and that they planned to include a Premium DLC to Modern Warfare 2, but another recent rumor from Tom Henderson suggests that there will be a new game. To give more force to his statement, he has pointed out a series of dates to keep in mind.
The Insider Gaming medium has exclusively released information that reveals that this year there will be a new call of duty. In any case, Tom Henderson points out that the launch of the Premium DLC was a reality, but that the direction of this has changed with the intention of launching a game in a complete way. As was evident, the team behind this title would be Sledgehammer Games. and the content will be closely related to the modern warfare series.
Also slide that there will be many remastered maps for multiplayer, just like the previous games. Furthermore, they indicate that the game could be called Modern Warfare 3, but Henderson does not put his hand in the fire for this information since he has not been able to compare it with other sources. In addition, she has ventured to say that other Activision studios are involved in the development.
Key dates of the next Call of Duty
Yes, we already have key dates to write them down on the calendar in case it ends up being true:
- Beta 1 (PS4/PS5) – October 6 – October 10, 2023
- Beta 2 (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC) – October 12 – October 16, 2023
- Early Access Campaign (PS4/PS5) – November 2, 2023
- full release (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC) – November 10 of 2023
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has swept sales
Activision recently shared the fiscal report for the previous quarter. Without a doubt, what is most striking is that this installment has broken all kinds of records. That is why the company has grown a 60% in revenue. As for Blizzard, the results are also very positive. Their sales increased 90% compared to the records of the previous year, with the Warcraft franchises, Overwatch and Diablo generating over 100 million separately.