Activision Says “Premium Paid Content” Coming to Call of Duty in 2023

Activision has confirmed that new “premium content” for Call of Duty is planned for 2023. Activision commented on the series and its plans, referring to its teams and studios preparing to support its games with “substantial live operations”. for next year and beyond.

“Across the Call of Duty ecosystem, teams are well positioned to support these launches with significant live operations, while continuing to develop new premium content planned for 2023 and beyond,” said Activision in a press release during its Second Quarter 2022 Earnings Report (Going through VGC).

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Reports from earlier this year mentioned that Call of Duty 2023 could be delayed to 2024. It would be the first time since 2004 that a year has gone by without a new mainline Call of Duty game, which has had an annual release schedule since Call of Duty 2005. Duty 2.

The company also mentioned that progress on the mobile edition of Warzone continues to look “strong” and that players can expect an “innovative mobile experience” when it launches. Activision also mentioned that second-quarter revenue and operating income were down year-over-year due to “lower engagement” for Call of Duty, but started to rise again in first trimester.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is set to launch on October 28, and Warzone 2 is also expected later this year, and will likely increase engagement with the series. If all goes according to plan, Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard is also expected to be finalized next year after being approved by various government regulators around the world.

In Brazil, newly released documents from that country’s corporate watchdog revealed that Sony believes Microsoft’s ownership of Call of Duty could persuade users to switch to Xbox in the future.

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