Call of Duty release may no longer be annual after Microsoft acquisition

Nothing is official yet. That’s the report of two sources in a Bloomberg report. Activision employees will believe that the series will take longer to develop Call of Duty games. Fans should be happier with this and the shooter series should improve like that.

Call of Duty Vanguard, the latest release in the franchise, has seen a significant drop in sales in the UK. In its opening weeks, the game sold 36 percent less than Cold War Call of Duty Black Op. However, that does not mean the series immediately underwent significant changes. Presumably this year’s Call of Duty, the sequel to Modern Warfare 2019, will only be released in 2022.

Bloomberg also reported that the changes are unlikely to be implemented as early as next year. It will also benefit the workload experienced by employees at Call of Duty studios. This is going to be very high and in the last year there have been several accusations against Activision Blizzard’s leadership for further problems with Call of Duty developers.

Call of Duty releases a PlayStation nog op?

Since Microsoft wanted to take over Activision Blizzard, a lot of things happened. One of the things that is still unclear, for example, is whether Call of Duty will still appear on the PlayStation platform in the future. With the acquisition, Microsoft was able to create a hit series exclusive to the Xbox and PC platforms. Phil Spencer gave some indications on Thursday night’s future.

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