Not only Sony has already announced two major shifts, other publishers are also likely to worry about release dates for upcoming games.
This should also include Activision, who may already be thinking about releasing the latest Call of Duty offshoot next year. At least that is what the pretty well-informed insider ‘TheGamingRevolution’ claims on Twitter, who was recently correct with the Modern Warfare 2 remaster.
According to this, the COVID-19 pandemic is a legitimate reason for Activision not to release the shooter until later, even if it is said that the developments are only slightly influenced by the current changes. A release in 2021 would be the consequence.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Multiplayer should come
In addition, Activision is supposed to be working on a multiplayer implementation of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, which is probably already being tested internally. Although the reason for the waiver was Warzone’s availability, it is believed that when the campaign was published, the first step was to test how well the remaster was received.
However, none of these messages has been confirmed by Activision, which is why you should enjoy them with caution.
Multiplayer free this weekend
You can let off steam in the multiplayer of Modern Warfare this weekend, for which you only have to download the Warzone Client. It starts at 7 p.m. and ends on April 6th at the same time. Your progress will be adopted in the full version at the end.
More details about the Free Weekend can be found on the Activision blog.