Activision, for the most part, is known as the publisher of the Call of Duty and at one point the publisher of Destiny and Destiny 2. Since losing the Destiny IP some have to wonder how will Activision rebound and what will they produce outside of Call of Duty to make a profit.
According to Call of Duty insider The Gaming Revolution, Activision has started working on 10 different projects and only three of them are Call of Duty related. Now keep in mind this is all speculation, Activision hasn’t come out and said anything about this. The Gaming Revolution also said that one of the games are a third-party release specifically meant to fill the void that Destiny left by going independent. Here’s what The Gaming Revolution had to say:
This is a direct quote coming from one of my sources: “Out of respect for the hard work from Activision and my friends at other studios, I will keep the names of the projects secret. But… ALL of the the studios combined are working on 10 different projects.
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.
The Call of Duty developers are branching out beyond Call of Duty. It has been an honor getting rid of loot boxes. Have a good day my friend (:”
*sorry, I was just corrected since we were all misinterpreting this Apparently, 10 different Activision projects have begun across their studios, not just the COD studios. 3 are Call of Duty, one is a new third party IP to replace the gap that Destiny once filled.
Source: Multiplayer First