Reputable gaming journalist Jason Schreier has said that Sledgehammer Games will develop Call of Duty 2023.
Let me make this super clear:— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) November 7, 2022
– The next game, by Treyarch, is coming out in 2024
– Next year there will be a Modern Warfare II "premium" (paid) expansion by Sledgehammer
– It's supposed to have lots of content! Maybe that's why they call it a "full" release. But it's more MWII https://t.co/jXKAiMFcTf
The information contradicts Schreier’s claim that Treyarch Games will release the next premium Call of Duty game in 2024 by announcing today that a new Call of Duty game will be removed in 2023.
Schreier clarified that the upcoming year’s “premium” title is a premium-based expansion created by Sledgehammer Games to clear the air and end the confusion.
The problem is that previous Activision earnings calls have listed “premium” games at $70, even though year two of DLC would imply otherwise.
Schreier clarified: “There should be a ton of content in it! They may refer to it as a “full” release for that reason. However, it is more MWII “. We believe that a campaign DLC and numerous remastered maps will make up year two.
Unfortunately, and if accurate, Activision’s use of the term “premium title” implies that Modern Warfare 2 year two will cost $70, as opposed to titles like Zombie Chronicles, which have a $29.99 price tag.
According to earlier rumors, year two will largely be made up of the remastered maps from the first Modern Warfare 2 game.