Activision Confirms Sledgehammer Will Develop Call of Duty 2021 With Next-Gen Consoles in Mind!

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Along with death and taxes, it appears to be another assurance in life is an annual major Call of Duty release, and 2021 is no exception. Activision has confirmed that obviously, it is once again settling on a Decision of Duty game for release this year, and as has been accounted for, Sledgehammer is once again in charge of making it.

New Call of Duty Game Will Arrive Soon

This was uncovered during Activision-Blizzard’s Q1 income call, during which Activision said the game was both “looking great” and “on track” for release in the fall of this current year. It will incorporate a campaign, multiplayer, and community play, and will “integrate with and upgrade existing Call of Duty ecosystem” — perhaps a reference to compatibility with Warzone, as has occurred with Black Ops Cold War. And critically, it’s being “worked for cutting edge experience.”

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Beyond that, we don’t have such a large number of more details about the following Call of Duty, however, Activision promises more details “soon.” The very report that mentioned Sledgehammer proposes that the game will be called “Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard” and will fuse (obviously) a World War II topic, however, reports have varied regarding whether this is a clear WWII take or a substitute timeline. Sledgehammer has recently been accountable for both, Call of Duty: WWII and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and has helped Infinity Ward and Treyarch on other ongoing Call of Duty titles.

Call of Duty continues to do surpassing great as a franchise for Activision, with the present income call and results noticing that Call of Duty right now flaunts 150 million monthly dynamic clients [MAU] across all games. Allowed to play Call of Duty and Call of Duty versatile have almost significantly increased absolute MAUs across all Call of Duty games since their launches a year ago, helped to some extent by the new launch of Call of Duty Mobile in China getting “tens of millions” of new players. Activision zeroed in on Call of Duty’s prosperity as a cornerstone of its income call today, clarifying that they mean to continue working out the Call of Duty franchise, just as carry out its plan of action into the organization’s different franchises.

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