Monday, May 20, 2019
Kotaku has reported that Activision is apparently switching up the studio development schedule for Call of Duty and has now handed next year's instalment to Treyarch.
Previously, the schedule had Sledgehammer and Raven set to develop 2020's Call of Duty title, but according to sources close to Kotaku, there have been some tensions between the two studios. This has led to their project being shelved for the time being and the studios being reassigned to work as support for Treyarch.
This has now shifted Treyarch's development schedule leaving them to develop the next Call of Duty in just two years as opposed to the usual three-year cycle. But according to the report, the work that was already made by Sledgehammer and Raven will be rolled into a single-player campaign for the next title, which is said to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 5.
Activision is yet to comment on this news, so as per usual with these kinds of things, it's best to take it with a pinch of salt until there's been some official word on the matter. For the time being, though, we're still yet to find out what Infinity Ward's next Call of Duty game is set to be, but it's rumoured we'll find out more at the end of June.
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