A new report states that this year’s iteration of Call of Duty will pick up the Modern Warfare series where last year’s title left off.

The new report states that c.r Call of Duty will serve as a continuation Modern warfare subseries The Call of Duty the series is known for being released annually every fall, usually with rotating developers and storylines.

Call of Duty led by several developers, but usually in the hands of Treyarch, Sledgehammer Games, or Infinity Ward, who launched the series in 2003. Infinity Ward was responsible for the development Modern warfare subseries that began with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The title made a huge impression and many experienced the series in its modern setting for the first time. This subseries will be relaunched in 2019 alongside the game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and its sequel will eventually become the best selling game of 2022 in the USA


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Given that last year Call of Duty the game was part of Modern warfare subseries, many naturally expected this year’s entry to follow suit Black Ops a sub-series from Treyarch or another one-off from Sledgehammer Games. However, a new report from Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier cites anonymous sources close to the game as saying that this year’s bid will continue Modern warfare series and is a continuation of last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. This news comes about a year after reports that 2023 year Call of Duty will be detainedsomething that this new report confirms and adds to, saying that the delayed release was developed by Treyarch and that Sledgehammer Games will fill the gap in 2023.

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This new entry, developed by Sledgehammer Games, reportedly initially served as a “premium expansion” to last year’s game, but has evolved into a full-fledged game with single-player and multiplayer content. This became a source of concern for the staff as they now had to contend with the reduced schedule they had previously faced during development Call of Duty: Vanguard which sold as expected and received mixed to negative reception from critics and fans.

Given how good the latter is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Black Ops the games were sold and their performance was low Vanguard, one can conclude that Activision can focus its efforts on what sells best. Given that, it’s more likely Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 continues to sell well and has been the best selling game of January 2023 in the USA. Although that means fans may not get to see more of the one-off experiment Call of Duty games, it could also mean that current games will receive longer-term support. In any case, Call of Duty fans will undoubtedly have more to play for in the future.

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Source: Bloomberg