There have been a lot of rumors floating around that the next Call of Duty game, probably launching in October or November of this year, will be Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4. While there is no concrete evidence to back these claims, we do know that the title will be unveiled soon. Oddly enough, a lot of prominent athletes got a chance to play it a few weeks ago, but the press hasn't been given access from what we know.
If you can't wait to find out which game is coming out next, you'll be thrilled to know that the reveal will occur before June 30. This was confirmed during an earnings call VG24/7 attended. The outlet reported the following.
Since the Call of Duty franchise seems to still have a marketing agreement with PlayStation — Sony isn't attending E3 2019 — the reveal will probably take place before that. However, we may even see it during Microsoft's press conference. Only time will tell.
Activision wants to make sure that this year's Call of Duty has even more replayability than before. During the call, Activision President Collister Johnson added the following.
We'll have to see just what this entails, but finding ways to keep even those who purchased the base edition engaged may be the first step. What do you want out of the game? Let us know.
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