Activision announced what’s been been hearing for some time: Infinity Ward is developing an successor in the vein of Modern Warfare as well as an entirely fresh Warzone adventure. In a conference call with influential players, Activision confirmed that fixing Warzone is the major priority for their team after being blamed for the devastation that occurred in the game.
“We f**ked stuff up,” Infinity Ward co-studio head Pat Kelly admitted plainly per Charlie Intel. Director of the game Josh Bridge added that the team is “not happy” with the situation in Warzone and they are “determined to fix the issues with the game.”
Warzone is a game that is free to play. Call of Duty battle royale game, was launched during the launch of 2019, the year of Modern Warfare and it became an instant hit.
But, recent updates for Warzone have been met with more criticism than appreciation after numerous bugs and performance issues were added in the course of time. The launch of season two of Warzone Pacific was delayed to make additional improvements prior to the launch.
All of this means that the stability of Warzone has deteriorated in the past, in the past, and Infinity Ward is looking to get it back on track by introducing a new Warzone experience.
Infinity Ward is leading development for both the new Warzone and the mainline Call of Duty game, which is a sequel to the game of the same name in 2019’s Modern Warfare. A brand new engine will be utilized for both titles.
The possibility of the future for Call of Duty was put in doubt after it was revealed that Microsoft is planning to buy Activision Blizzard, the company has announced the news that Call of Duty will remain multiplatform and accessible for download on PlayStation “beyond existing agreements.”