Few things are safer in life than the fact that there will be a new Call of duty every year. It could seem that this 2020 things were reeling due to the coronavirus pandemic, but plans to continue as before they have not changed one iota.
This has been confirmed by Activision in a call with its investors, as we have been able to see through VGC. Not only that, but they also plan to launch two other sets of the company's own franchises
Speaking of the second half of the year, our plans include a new premium installment of Call of Duty, two releases based on Activision's extensive library of IPs, and the Shadowlands expansion for Blizzard's World of Warcraft.
With this "premium" they mean that it will not be a Free to Play title, but a game that will be released in stores at full price. About the other two games they talk about, we don't know anything at the moment, although we can glimpse something.
In its previous financial report, Activision claimed that this year we would see various remasters and remakes on their part. Since they do not specify whether these games will be new installments or not, we can think that the ban is open to anything. We have already had the remastering of Modern Warfare 2, so it remains to be seen what else they have prepared.
The company has been doing pretty well with bringing the classics back. He already demonstrated it with Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy or Spyro: Reignited Trilogy, among others. Even if it wouldn't be too bad if it were a new game.
In the call with investors they also talk about regional launches of mobile titles, presumably by King, who is also part of Activision Blizzard. The new one was recently unveiled Crash Bandicoot Mobile developed by this same company.