Will There Be A New Call Of Duty In 2023? Activision Reacted To Rumours Of A Possible Delay

A few days ago, Bloomberg reported that the iconic shooter Call Of Duty franchise would miss a year.


The Call of Duty saga is going through its most tumultuous moments. After one of the industry’s most notorious acquisitions , the franchise’s future on PlayStation is in serious doubt, although Microsoft has already taken it upon itself to clear up all the possible unknowns. Right now, they’re trying to clarify what’s going on with those Pleiades rumours that talk of a single-part 2023 sequel.

Bloomberg put out this information based on its own sources, but a spokesperson for Activision Blizzard has come out with new statements that contradict everything we’ve heard so far : “We have an exciting list of premium and free-to-play Call of Duty experiences for this year, next year and beyond. Reports to the contrary are wrong. We look forward to sharing more details when the time comes.”

So Activision Blizzard are asking us to forget this rumour and pay attention to the news they officially release through their established channels. Earlier, Bloomberg also came out with a news story claiming that Call of Duty may leave the annual release schedule, although this is another piece of information that should be taken with a grain of salt until Activision Blizzard makes a decision on the matter.

What has been confirmed from the official Call of Duty accounts are the franchise’s plans for this year, 2022, which include a sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare coming in 2019. So, based on what Activision Blizzard said in their statement, we’ll have to wait for the news to check the future of the franchise.

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