Fans of Call of Duty won't be putting down their guns for at least the next few years. Activision CEO Rob Kostich revealed in a recent interview with GamesBeat that games in the famous FPS series are already planned to year 2027.
Call of Duty is not slowing down - the developers have carefully planned the development of the series for four years ahead, and due to recent bureaucratic "pushbacks" we know that - if nothing unexpected happens - the brand will remain with us for at least 10 more years. As a result, devotees can rest assured that they will not be short of fun in the near future.
- Call of Duty continues to be very important franchise for Activision. 3,000 developers are working on its development.
- Kostich also said that with long-term planning, developers can take a long look at previous installments of the series and make appropriate changes - from settings to gameplay.
- Activision's CEO admitted that such subseries as Modern Warfare and Black Ops are very popular.
Recall that the latest Call of Duty game, which will debut soon, is Modern Warfare 3 -the title will go on sale on November 10 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.
Before that, the shooter's beta testing will take place. Sony console owners who preordered Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will check out the game as early as October 6 (other PlayStation players will join them on October 8), while PC and Xbox owners will have to wait five days longer for their turn.
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - official website