- Call of Duty series may be in for some big changes;
- It is heralded by the description of a new job posting on Activision's website;
- The ad makes reference to subscriptions and the mobile gaming market.
Call of Duty is one of the regularly criticized series. Activision's brand is often slammed for too little innovation.
Successive parts of the series are called reheated dishes that do not offer anything new. However, it is possible that the situation will soon change. Activision may be preparing revolutionary changes in its renowned series.
Call of Duty as a subscription?
Information about the possible changes was brought by one of Activision's job offers. It reveals that something called "Call of Duty 2.0" is being developed.
From the job description we learn that the company intends to look at many innovative solutions that can be implemented in future installments of the series.
Of course, it is difficult to say what exactly the above description means. However, the series may face revolutionary changes.
The company is clearly looking at solutions that have the potential to be a new standard in the industry. The question is how the fans of the series will react.
We'll find out when Activision shares more information about the next installments of Call of Duty.
The first of these will be Modern Warfare 2, which will debut on the market later this year. This year will also see the release of CoD: Warzone 2.