Activision is finally ready to break away from Warzone's annual Call of Duty cycle.
Call of Duty: War Zone Represented multiple initiatives by publisher Activision. This is the first completely free game mode in the history of the series and the first mode to be supported with future core games.
Activision intends to advance Warzone along with the standard annual Call of Duty game. This intention is conveyed through the name of the mode, and this has nothing to do with any game. Although the plan is to keep it fresh for the next few years, this process has not yet been fully determined.
"We are in the unknown territory here," admits Taylor Kurosaki, the narrative director of Gamergen in Infinity Ward.
"For many years, the rhythm of" Call of Duty "has been regular, and" Battlefield "has made us rethink how to best publish new content and how to integrate it."
"The theater will be a direct route connecting all the different sub-franchise of" Call of Duty. "It is really cool to see how different sub-series products become the focus and focus, but Warzone will be a constant trend." Kurosaki Confirmed.
This makes sense, so given Activision ’s long-term commitment to Warzone, it will support the next-generation consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X, which is really not surprising.
Kurosaki added: "I know our plan Warzone will exist for quite a long time, so once these new systems are launched and put into use, I believe we will support them."
Warzone's latest patch introduces the "most wanted contract", which survived for a day when Infinity Ward had to delete it and regain the "bounty contract" after the players strongly protested.
Kurosaki said that rotating game modes and loot is another aspect based on player feedback, as the larger Warzone team continues to work hard to find a good rhythm.