Call of Duty 2025 Plans Leak

A supposed leak shows that Activision has begun planning the next Call of Duty game two years ahead of time.

By DShelley, Posted 12 Sep 2023

A new Call of Duty game is as inevitable as the setting sun. Well, usually the average Call of Duty game is in development for roughly three years but according to a recent rumor, apparently Activision is planning things two years in advance and this time, it will be doing things alot more differently than previous titles and will be taking notes from Call of Duty 3.

According to the rumor, Call of Duty 2025 will be a direct sequel to Call of Duty II and will continue the story where the last game's campaign finished. However, the rumor then goes on to say that unlike its previous titles where each new game came with its own multiplayer experience, the next Call of Duty came will not have this and will instead be carrying over weapons, and other unlocks from Modern Warfare II and will be giving players more than just remastered maps from the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which was first released back in 2009. 

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If this strange rumor proves to be true, then the most likely reason for this decision would be the result of the Call of Duty development struggles that happened a few years ago that threw the release of the series' usual development pattern off track. This is obviously referring to Black Ops Cold War, and the rushed development by Treyarch, due to the Sledgehammer-developed Call of Duty game that was meant to be released in 2020. However, as with all rumor and leaks, a generous pinch of salt should obviously be taken.

According to leaker, known as ‘el_bobberto’ on Twitter, Call of Duty 2025 is supposedly fulfilling a similar role that Treyarch's upcoming Call of Duty game is meant to fill. According to the leaker, players won't just get maps from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 2009, but will instead be receiving maps from the Black Ops 2. As mentioned earlier, take this with a grain of salt as even the leaker themselves said that development is most likely to change down the line, so many details are uncertain. If it does prove to be true, then perhaps Activision will start taking a different route with development of Call of Duty.

Daman Shelley (@UndeadandTired)
Editor, NoobFeed

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Platform(s): Xbox One, PS4, PC
Publisher(s): Activision
Developer(s): Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games
Genres: First-Person Shooter
Themes: Action, Shooter, Multiplayer
Release Date: 2023-11-10

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