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An era is gone: Activision will not release a new Call of Duty in 2023

As you know, a number of major publishers have some kind of mandatory annual release. Electronic Arts churns out FIFA, Ubisoft churns out Assassin’s Creed, while Activision regularly puts another part of Call of Duty on the shelves every fall. According to the latest news, the latter will soon break its tradition.

Bloomberg (and specifically , the notorious Jason Schreier) writes that the release of the mega-popular series scheduled for release in 2023 will be postponed to 2024, and its developers will be transferred to the aid of Call of Duty: Warzone. The decision was due to the weak performance of Call of Duty: Vanguard – the corporation is sure that the rush is to blame. Journalists have a suspicion that the deal with Microsoft also played a role. The planned release of the Modern Warfare sequel in 2022, however, will not be affected in any way.

Schreier suspects this will be a major milestone in the history of the industry, as Activision has shipped a fresh installment of the saga to stores every fall since 2005. The publisher himself is sure that he will find something to fill the emerging gap. Well, gamers will be able to take a break from the protracted series.

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