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Call of Duty Warzone 2: Does the return of a mythical map expect in the continuation?

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has been formalized by Activision E Infinity Ward , the information about the latter remains very, very discreet, except that they are actually non -existent.

However, the developers had announced a few days ago that the next Battle Royale will not be linked to any other Call of Duty game, and according to the latest leaks, Warzone 2 map would look more like one of the legend maps of the license..

Warzone 2, a map similar to Blackout?

When it was launched Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 In 2018, it was the first time that the license offered its players A Battle Royale through the Blackout mode . While it was well received by the community, it was less successful than Warzone, the first of the name. The reason? Probably because Warzone seemed to be a free game, unlike Blackout, which had to be paid since it was implemented in BO4.

As a reminder, the Blackout map offered several points of interest with the best license classics, including Nuketown Island or even the ghost people with Buried Zombies of Bo2.

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However, despite Blackout’s lower success, Infinity Ward seems to want to return to the origins of this Battle Royale since for Warzone 2 the study would support more in the latter and not what the players know through Warzone.

Therefore, and according to the filter Tom Henderson, The Warzone 2 map should look more like Blackout’s, naturally with several points of interest.

Regarding these famous PDI, if the leaks announced a map inspired by the city of Medellín in Colombia, new leaks declared the introduction of several known maps of Modern Warfare 2 published in 2009.

Among them, Highrise, Quarry, Afghan and Terminal are those that players can expect to find through this new Battle Royale, but at present, the study has not yet confirmed anything.

If we had to summarize, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 would look more like Battle Royale Blackout , and if your map will be similar to the latter, the gameplay should also be. According to cameraman Neroscinema on YouTube, great changes will be produced: the inventory system with the introduction of a backpack, such as Blackout, or supplies falls that players must unlock through some challenges and at the shopping station.

ACTIVISION subsidiary Beenox, known in the “Call of Duty” series established new studio in Montreal

Beenox, which is known in Activision subsidiaries, “ Call of Duty ” series development, etc. announced to open a new studio in Montreal in Canada.

Beenox is open in 2000 and Canadian Quebec City. In 2005, he became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Activision, and has been involved in the development of the company’s “Spider-Man” and “Call of Duty” series. Currently, we are focusing on content creation of “Call of Duty War Zone” and development for mobile porting.

According to the release, the new studio establishment is currently expanding a team with more than 400 staff to expand 20% or more. Already, there are more than 50 new employees in the Montreal metropolitan area, and we are looking for staff such as mobile departments and programmer art designer segments.

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Also, a new studio is in progress development projects in the Call of Duty series and comments. In the series, it is reported by overseas media when the new work, which was scheduled to be released in 2023 is postponed, but it is unknown whether the new studio supports this work.

Call of Duty: Xbox exclusivity would Sony would cost many million

Activision Blizzard will go to Microsoft for just under $ 70 billion in the coming year, which is at least planned. The Publisher has many exciting franchises in the portfolio that could appear exclusively for Xbox and Windows in the future, but one of them is the most important IP: Call of Duty with its annual sales in the billion sector. Alone if these would fall away a series, Sony would have to do without a three-digit million amount – per year.

So much would cost Sony of the Exodus of Call of Duty

According to the Wall Street Journal, Sony without COD would be a year estimated revenue between 87.5 and $ 262.6 million dollars. For this money, the platform owner could produce two to three AAA games for the PlayStation. The beaten wound would therefore definitely be painful, and Sony will all be prepared to prevent a possible emigration of Call of Duty or to postpone at least as long as possible.

In addition, there are passive losses: The amounts mentioned are merely the percentage share that Sony receives for each article sold by your shop – this is currently 30 percent. It is more difficult to calculate how much few consoles would be sold, there should be no code for PlayStation. For many, the shooter series in each year represents the only or at least the most important game without giving you any other console.

Only rough estimation: The numbers of the WSJ are far apart, and that already shows that it is only a rough estimate that probably ignores many details. In addition, the numbers probably relate to gross sales – net profit is likely to be significantly lower.

Action against Activision Blizzard : Currently is a claim for discrimination against Call of Duty-Publisher Activision Blizzard for discrimination, sexual assaults and poor working conditions in progress. All information about the allegations of a few weeks ago can be found here, everything to the newer scandal around CEO Bobby Kotick here. A comment by Call Editor-in-Chief Editor Rae Grimm regarding our reporting on the topic can be found here.

In addition to the sold units, of course, microstransaktions bring a lot of money, especially in Warzone:

Other current news about Call of Duty:

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  • COD 2022 is probably the reason why there is no multiplayer Remaster

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COD remains for the time being on PlayStation

So Sony should be reassured that Xbox boss Phil Spencer first does not attach intentions to attend Call of Duty the PlayStation Community. On the one hand, this may associate with a possible image damage that Microsoft would suffer, but, on the other hand, brings mainly financial benefits. While Sony would have to do without her 30 percent, it would be for Microsoft with 70 percent more than twice as much money that does not flow into the cash registers. The question still remains how long the commitment of Spencer will be valid.

We know that the purchase of Activision Blizzard is a heat-discussed topic. We ask you to always be respectful and constructively to discuss each other. Would you change from the PlayStation to the Xbox, Call of Duty should no longer appear for Sony’s consoles?

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