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author: Maciej Gaffke

3,000 People Working on Call of Duty; Activision Has Plans for Several Years Ahead

Call of Duty is a priority for Activision. Games in the series are planned several years ahead, so fans will certainly not be short of fun.

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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.

  1. Call of Duty continues to be very important franchise for Activision. 3,000 developers are working on its development.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.

  1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - official website

Maciej Gaffke

Maciej Gaffke

At GRYOnline.pl, deals with writing news. Graduated in Polish philology and sightseeing and historical tourism at the University of Gdansk, which is related to his other "non-game" interests - history, books, and travel. As for video games themselves - once a fan of FPS, now converted to action-adventure games. Also interested in fighting games (especially Mortal Kombat), RPGs, and all titles focused on single-player. From time to time, likes to play tennis, volleyball, or football. Proud resident of Pomerania and Puck.

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