Despite the failed launch of Warcraft 3: Reforged, Activision Blizzard has found something to brag about in its new
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The company plans to release a few more reprints and "rethinking", which may be announced as early as 2020.
At the end of 2020, Activision plans to releaseand the new Call of Duty. The company does not specify who this time is developing a shooter, which is alarming. Back in May 2019, rumors appeared on the network about problems in creating Call of Duty 2020. According to unconfirmed information, Sledgehammer and Raven were initially involved in the development, but in the end the project was transferred to Treyarch.
At the same time, Modern Warfare pleasedActivision. The project managed to draw the interest of gamers who abandoned the series, but decided to return, which the company considers to be the merit of cross-play. The Battle Pass in Modern Warfare has also become an occasion for pride.
In turn, Call of Duty: Mobile has already collected 150 million downloads.
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Already in mid-2020, Blizzard will launchDiablo Immortal alpha testing. The game will not become a bridge for the company’s transition to the mobile segment, as the PC will remain the key platform for Metelitsa. Still, the studio plans several more mobile games.
World of Warcraft continues to grow and the numberSubscribers doubled compared to June 2019. Thank you for this WoW Classic, which has gained particular popularity in Asia. So Blizzard will continue to develop the new and classic World of Warcraft and is already preparing content additions.
As for Warcraft 3: Reforged, Blizzard will try to fix the situation. The studio is preparing to support and develop the game, as well as inform players about plans.
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