to the array call of Duty to be something to point out end of an era, according to some well-known sources. What specifically has not been disclosed, but some elements suggest that it will totally happen. live serviceit is changing the traditional content publishing formula.
The news chain started with a ProReborn insider who wrote a candid post about X: “I learned something from word of mouth. Cod it will send the internet into an uproar when it emerges. That’s all I can say.” Note that the post ends with a broken heart, an image meant to reinforce the supposed seriousness of the information.
ProReborn later explained in its next post that it was nothing scandalous or dramatic: “It’s just something that will mark the end of an era in our beloved video game franchise.”
to confirm corridor sound followed by Ghost of Hope, an insider who is also very well known in the Call of Duty community.
Ghost of Hope was even more mysterious than ProReborn, so don’t expect who knows what revelations are lurking in its post. To help understand what could happen, the community itself was interested in connecting the dots with some facts about the Call of Duty series that have surfaced recently.
Call of Duty GaaS?
Most notably, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II has been renamed “Call of Duty” on Steam. The official description no longer talks about the Infinity Ward game, but the “home” of at least two games in the series: “Welcome to Call of Duty HQ, the home of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone.”
Note that on Steam, all Modern Warfare II and Warzone DLCs are tied to Call of Duty and of course the entirety of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, which is not yet available. In fact, we are talking about a center where all content related to the series can be purchased. If we add to this the recent name change for Call of Duty: Warzone 2 in Warzone, it’s easy to see how a simplification has been made to the series to avoid any confusion.
Therefore, the suspicion is that Activision Blizzard wants to completely change the distribution method of new COD releases by linking them to the new app with various parts of the offer that will have nothing to do with individual games and can be purchased separately.