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Call Of Duty fans beg Activision to stop with the annual releases

Call Of Duty fans beg Activision to stop with the annual releases

Following reports that there is going to be a new CoD game in 2023 after all, fans are begging Activision to reconsider annual releases.

The news that we’re apparently getting a new Call of Duty game this year hasn’t gone down as well as you’d think it would.

Last year, industry insider Jason Schreier claimed that a Treyarch-developed Call of Duty title, which was originally supposed to release this year, had been pushed back to 2024, and an expansion for Modern Warfare II would be taking its place. Now though, he and a couple of other insiders claim that this expansion is being framed as a “full release”, meaning that we’ll apparently still get a premium title this year.

Take a look at some gameplay footage from Modern Warfare II below.

Since then, some fans have been calling for a boycott of the supposed 2023 release, in order to discourage the devs from releasing “a terrible, clearly unfinished product”. One thing is for certain - as GGRecon reports, people seriously want Activision to reconsider annual CoD releases, including prominent insider Tom Henderson.

“Call of Duty does that many remasters now that they might as well just make one game called ‘Call of Duty and follow the CoD Mobile formula. Give us seasons based on past CoDs with weapons, maps, characters, etc., and stop releasing half-baked games. Ultimate live service,” Henderson tweeted. “Heck, if they don't want premium sales to go away then just release a campaign remaster or something once a year for a big seasonal event and sell it for $30 with some ‘Call of Duty’ added incentives.”

Others are in complete agreement: “This is what I’ve been saying to my friends for the last two years. If we got a game like this with the base of the gameplay being built on BO2’s gameplay, it would be the best CoD in 12 years. S**t, if there was a game that good I wouldn’t be hesitant to pump money into it,” @BEEGjuicy replied. “I’ve been saying this exact same thing, same goes for CoD Zombies too[,] we just need one title with all the zombies maps, weapons and camos on there,” added @takecarevxbes.

Again, at the time of writing, it’s not been confirmed if there is going to be a full CoD release this year. In fact, it was never officially stated that there won’t be. We’ll just have to stay tuned and see what the devs announce.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call Of Duty, Activision