call of Duty of the 2023 will he jump? This the resounding announcement made by Bloomberg after contacting sources close to the company, but following a series of articles that appeared on the internet, Activision responded with a statement in which it seems deny any delay in the annual release of the series.
But let’s go in order. It all started when Bloomberg stated that i executives responsible for the series they decided to to delay the release of 2023 to 2024 after “a recent entry into the series did not meet expectations“, leading them to believe that the current annual frequency of Call of Duty exits were too narrow. The sources denied any correlation with the purchase of Microsoft and they assured them they were well on track with this year’s release.
The “recent entry” is most likely Call of Duty: Vanguard, which has faced release competition with Battlefield 2042 and of Call of Duty: Warzone free-to-play. A previous report also noted that Vanguard sales had suffered as a result of players feeling tired from the game. steady Call of Duty release cadencemaking them less interested in buying a new voice every year.
Activisionfollowing the articles appeared on the net, he released one Note:
“We have an exciting list of premium and free-to-play Call of Duty experiences for this year, next year and beyond. Reports of anything else are incorrect. We can’t wait to share more details when the time is right“.
The well-known site IGN has contacted the company to ask if the statement is a denial of Bloomberg’s claimsbut as yet there is no answer. Keep following us for further development!