According to the Competition and Markets Authority, the UK regulatory body that blocked the merger between Activision Blizzard and Microsoft, the cost of producing Call of Duty could be $300 million. This value does not even take into account the investments made in marketing and publicizing the AAA.
Amid all the legal controversy over the purchase of Activision by Microsoft, the next game in the Call of Duty series is relatively close to being revealed. Who guarantees it is the website Insider Gaming, from the famous journalist Tom Henderson.
The page published, this Tuesday (9), an article in which the announcement of the game for the month of August and its launch for November.
There is still no official information about the game and even the alleged leaks have been modest. However, one detail seems quite interesting: according to insiders’ reports, the Zombies mode will already be available in the new CoD as soon as it hits the market – probably on November 10th.
Closed betas for PlayStation and open to all are expected to take place in October, with early access to the campaign released on November 2nd.
Developed by Sledgehammer Games, the title is expected to be a direct continuation of the events of Modern Warfare 2.