Call of Duty’s 2023 release will reportedly be “more Modern Warfare,” despite being planned as a full-fledged installment in the series. This is according to Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, who reported almost a year ago that Call of Duty would skip its annual entry for 2023.
According to a new Bloomberg report from Schreier, the Call of Duty publisher had planned this year’s release to be a “premium expansion,” but now the plan is for a full-fledged game that will serve as an “extension” of the 2022 Modern Warfare 2 reboot.
As a result, this year’s entry is said to carry over maps and modes from the most recent Call of Duty, though Bloomberg reports that plans could change between now and this fall when the series typically releases a new game.
According to Schreier, there is some concern within Sledgehammer Games because they have been given very little time to create this new Call of Duty – only two years, which is extremely short by modern AAA development standards. Sledgehammer also created Call of Duty: Vanguard in only two years, and it was criticized for an undercooked campaign and a lack of content.
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