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in Addition to three of the Call of Duty, there are other games in between that could be more Crash Bandicoot and Spyro, or a new partnership with FromSoftware after Sekiro.
Activision is preparing up to ten new games in these moments that would be sequels foreseeable Call of Duty or license from Blizzard. The rumor comes from TheGamingRevolution, considered a reliable source on topics of CoD/Activision, who quotes some surprises, such as titles with no connection to CoD in charge of a studio that he usually works in the series, as well as a license of an external study that would come to fill the gap left by Bungie, and its Destiny -now divested of Activision-.
“out of respect For the hard work of Activision and my friends in the other studies, I will keep the names of the projects in secret. But in total all of the studies working on 10 different projects”. Three of them are Call of Duty, excluding Modern Warfare, which puts on sale tomorrow-. The other seven do not belong to CoD. “The developers of Call of Duty are branching out beyond the saga”, and in addition there is a “new game third party to fill the gap of Destiny“.
These projects are NOT ONLY Call of Duty, BUT since you have a cod fan-base, 3 of these titles will be Call of Duty projects. This is excluding Modern Warfare. The other 7 are non cod related. I hope this excites fans for the future of what's to come.— TheGamingRevolution (@TheGamingRevoYT) October 18, 2019
*sorry, I was just corrected since we were all from misinterpreting this
Apparently, 10 different Activision projects have begun across their studios, not just the COD studios. 3 are Call of Duty, one is to new third party IP to replace the gap that Destiny eleven filled.— TheGamingRevolution (@TheGamingRevoYT) October 18, 2019
do More Crash and Spyro?
Activision has had good results in recent years, with projects outside of Call of Duty, for example with the remakes of Crash Bandicoot including Crash Team Racing and Spyro the Dragon, so that seem guaranteed sequels to the original of these characters. Also the collaboration with FromSoftware might qualify as successful, as Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice rubbed 4 million copies at the end of June.
In terms of Blizzard, that seem imminent announcements of Devil IV and Diablo 2 Remastered, which would be confirmed during BlizzCon, 2019, at the end of this week. A book of official art already mentions the new to the new Devil.
October 24, 2019
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