This year’s instalment in the multi-million selling Call of Duty franchise, which is supposedly titled Call of Duty: Vanguard, will feature campaign, co-op, and multiplayer, publisher Activision Blizzard announced during its latest financial call overnight.
The Sledgehammer-developed first-person shooter, which will take place in a setting that “fans know and love,” will also usher in the “most significant update” yet for battle royale title Call of Duty: Warzone. The campaign itself is rumoured to be taking place in World War II, although some reports have pegged it for an alternate version of the conflict that extends into the 1950s.
Activision revealed during the same earnings call that Call of Duty 2021 will be released in the fourth quarter of 2021, and will be a cross-generation release. So, that means we’re looking at PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One.
Despite the fact we haven’t even seen the game in action yet, we’re already starting to hear murmurs about Call of Duty 2022, which will reportedly be developed by Infinity Ward.
[Source – VG247]