Activision wont leave 2023 without Call of Duty premium content
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Activision won’t leave 2023 without Call of Duty premium content

Publisher Activision Blizzard press release Following the second quarter 2022 results, they announced their plans for the Call of Duty military shooter franchise in the upcoming calendar year.

    Image Credit: Activision Blizzard

Image Credit: Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard and the Call of Duty development teams are expected to release new premium content as part of the popular series in 2023 (and beyond).

portal journalists Chronicle of Video Games suggest that the Activision Blizzard wording could be a major paid add-on or an offshoot of some sort.

Recall that in his February footage, Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier reported that in 2023 – for the first time in nearly 20 years – no new full-fledged Call of Duty will be released.

According to insider Tom Henderson, Activision Blizzard will fill the gap with an independent zombie spin-off that was in pre-production in 2021.

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