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Activision Confirms New Call Of Duty Is In The Works, Will Be Announced Before End Of June

Activision has confirmed that a new Call of Duty title is in the pipeline and will be announced within the next two months.

Activision has confirmed that a new Call of Duty title is in the pipeline and will be announced within the next two months.

The game, strongly believed to be the fourth installment of Modern Warfare, will be revealed before the end of June, according to DualSHOCKERS.

Activision usually unveils the newest entry in the Call of Duty series around this time of year and it looks like it will be sticking to the trend. The publishers confirmed during an earnings call that a new COD title, one being developed by Infinity Ward, will be introduced to fans soon. It has specified that the game will be revealed before the end of Q2, which is on June 30, so we should have more information between now and the end of next month.

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This hardly comes as a surprise, as Activision has been releasing COD titles every year since Call of Duty 2 came out in 2005. Also, with E3 2019 just over a month away, another reveal was always likely.

The announcement might not be made until E3, but Activision's proclivity of showing its novel titles off a few weeks ahead of the event should also be considered, although it might not be as extravagant this time around as the company is in a transition year and trying to cut costs.

Activision claims to be very excited for the 2019 edition of Call of Duty and expects it to do very well. It is assumed that it will release between the beginning of October and the end of December since it was confirmed for Q4 this year.

Meanwhile, the game has already been leaked, with college football players posting spoiler-free images to their social media accounts after being invited to a private event in Nashville to play the unannounced COD. While the images weren't all that revealing, a video surfaced on Snapchat showing Georgia Bulldogs' Riley Ridley and Florida State Seminoles' Jacques Patrick playing the game while murmuring "It says killstreaks, man" and "Modern Warfare 4."

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