A release date for COD 2020 has been announced for later on in the year.
Activision confirmed a new Call of Duty game is in development and will release in the same timeframe as it has done for years.
However, there are plenty of questions still lingering that we'll want answers to.
A date and month are yet to be confirmed, but the game has been confirmed to fall in its usual slot in fall 2020.
Traditionally, the game usually releases in October or November (with the past few titles arriving in October).
Who's Developing COD 2020?
Strangely, Activision did not acknowledge who was developing the new Call of Duty game in their most recent Q4 investor call.
Thanks to rumours and leaks, we do know that Treyarch has taken the reigns from Sledgehammer Games to fulfil this year's COD.
This will be the first year since Advanced Warfare that the three year cycle has been broken.
What Is The Game About?
Rumours that surfaced last year suggested we were revisiting the Black Ops franchise once again.
Although it could not be confirmed whether this was Black Ops 5 or a Black Ops reboot.
Activision has stated that the new title is “generating high interest internally” with internal play tests. “We feel great about the content” that is coming.
Will The Game Be On Next Generation Consoles?
Due to a vague release date, we can't be sure if the game will launch on the next-generation consoles.