E3 won’t reveal the next ‘Call of Duty’ 2021

Don’t keep the hopes high for the E3 if you are a Call of Duty lover. Seems like the 2021 installment won’t be revealed in the event.

According to a new report, E3 won’t announce this year’s anticipated Call of Duty this weekend. Instead, it will be revealed during an in-game Warzone event.

‘Call of Duty’ 2021 details so far

The game, which is called “Vanguard” lot of outlets and insiders at the moment, is not likely to make an appearance this weekend.

As per speculations, the series will bring back the era of World War 2 with the yet-to-release installment.

Earlier this year, Sledgehammer was confirmed to be the primary developer on 2021’s Call of Duty. While it was already leaked via credible sources, the official news made it very clear.

When it comes to an initial reveal, just like Black Ops Cold War, it might appear during an in-game Warzone event. It will happen later this year.

However, there’s one looming question regarding the gameplay and framerates of the new entry. Because Warzone, being a vital part of the franchise now, struggled a lot in the settings in the recent 1980s maps.

So, there will be doubts about how it would perform in the timeline based on the 1940s.

But as per the sources, there won’t be a problem at all. And Call of Duty: Vanguard is expected to have a smoother transition.

It’s also supposed to contain a brand new map. Rumor has it that it might be a sizeable¬† Pacific map, which will be comparatively huge than Warzone.

ALSO READ: 2021’s Call of Duty may not have a multiplayer mode at all

Upcoming projects by Activision

Meanwhile, the publisher is working on many other objectives apart from the upcoming main title.

When it comes to what lies ahead, then Activision will soon expand its overall team of developers. And it is expected to do that in the next two years.

Then there are multiple IPs, such as COD Mobile, Warzone, and other free-to-play projects.

Some recent reports suggested that Activision might release mobile versions of all its past Call of Duty titles. And it may happen eventually, considering the immense success of the already hit smartphone game.

The publisher wants to stretch the franchise extensively manner across the globe. So that more players, who didn’t play the original console entries, will get to try them out on their phones in the future.

It will be an exciting thing to watch out for.

Coming onto the 2021 Call of Duty, again, then it’s currently in development.

 

Image courtesy of Call of Duty/YouTube

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