A new report has shed some light on Activision’s plans for Call of Duty, and it includes skipping out on E3 2021 for the reveal of the rumored Call of Duty: Vanguard and major plans to shake things up with a new map for Call of Duty: Warzone later on.
According to VGC, Activision won’t announce Call of Duty: Vanguard at E3 2021 this year, which is no big surprise given that Activision is not officially attending in the first place. In previous years, new Call of Duty games have been announced in April or May, and then shown off at either Sony or Microsoft’s press conference at E3.
Instead, Activision is looking to announce Vanguard potentially through an in-game event inside Warzone, similar to how it revealed Black Ops Cold War through the battle royale game. For what it’s worth, Activision management already confirmed that the reveal of 2021’s Call of Duty game will happen later in the year than normal, so this tracks.
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