While Activision has yet to reveal Call of Duty, which will be released in 2024, verified insider Tom Henderson has already done so found out first details about the games in the series planned for 2026 and 2027.
It has already been reported that Treyarch will release Call of Duty: Black Ops Gulf War about the Gulf War in 2024, and Call of Duty (2025) will take players into the future and be a direct sequel to Black Ops 2 (2012).
The details of later publications are expected to be significantly smaller. For example, when it comes to Call of Duty (2026), Henderson has figured out the developer and sub-series – Infinity Ward and Modern Warfare.
As for Sledgehammer Games, which released the controversial Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in 2023, the Californian studio recently held a meeting where some interesting points were revealed.
Firstly, Sledgehammer has become the lead developer of Call of Duty, announced for 2027, and secondly, the team is moving to remote work in search of a new office (expected by the end of 2024).
This leaves a four-year gap between the current and the next Sledgehammer game in the Call of Duty series. That’s a lot more than the team was given to develop the new Modern Warfare 3.
In an interview in October, Activision President Rob Kostich said the company had planned the Call of Duty series through 2027, but didn’t share any details. Instead, Henderson did it now.