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Call of Duty: Vanguard Sales Driven Games in 2022

Call of Duty: Vanguard has made the worst release in the series since 2007 (Photo: Activision)

According to new rumors, this year’s Call Of Duty could be released in October following the summer announcement.

Everyone knows that the new Call Of Duty will be available by the end of the year, without rumors or leaks. However, Activision may release this year’s iteration a month in advance.

This claim is Tom Henderson, The title of the game in 2022 is Modern Warfare 2, and the insider information of the Call Of Duty series is shared regularly.

Traditionally, the Call Of Duty game was released in November, but there are exceptions such as 2019 Modern Warfare and Black Ops 4.

Perhaps the 2022 game would follow the usual pattern, but Henderson believes it will be released in October instead after being officially announced this summer.

Henderson said the reason for the change in the release window was due to sluggish sales of Call Of Duty: Vanguard. Although still the second largest launch in 2021 at the time, Vanguard had the lowest success rate of Call of Duty launches since the first Modern Warfare in 2007.

Finally, Henderson says a big Call Of Duty: Warzone update is coming soon, but as part of Activision’s cross-game integration strategy, Warzone is undergoing major changes with each new Call Of Duty release. So this is expected.

We don’t know how moving the 2022 game up a month will increase sales, but it’s one sign that Activision is taking Vanguard’s performance seriously.

Perhaps there is more than one reason why fans seemed to take over Vanguard. The presence of the free-to-play game Warzone, the setting of World War II, and the general fatigue of the series all contributed.

Not to mention the current reputation of Activision. It seems that its popularity has declined month by month since a lawsuit was filed against the company alleging a toxic work environment full of sexual harassment and abuse of female employees.

Activision has endeavored to appease employees and the general public, but CEO Bobby Kotick has been asked to resign, especially after reports of deliberately concealing many cases of workplace abuse. There was also a degree.

Several companies have begun to reassess their relationship with Activision, including LEGO, which recently announced that it will suspend the release of the LEGO Overwatch set due out next month.

“We are currently considering a partnership with Activision Blizzard. There are concerns about progress in addressing ongoing allegations about workplace culture, especially the treatment of female colleagues and the creation of a diverse and inclusive environment.” Said in a statement to Brick Fan. ..

“While completing the review, we will suspend the release of the LEGO Overwatch 2 product, which was scheduled to be released on February 1, 2022.”

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