Leak: Activision is developing its Destiny 2 and three more new Call of Duty

With the release of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Bungie said goodbye to Activision, which is rumored to be planning

to close the void in the game lineup.

What is known

Information shared by Twitter accountTheGamingRevolution, which, according to Game Rant, has already been noted for its truthful leaks about Call of Duty. According to the source, Activision has launched 10 new projects into production. Three games will continue to develop the Call of Duty series; the source did not disclose the affiliation of the remaining projects, but hinted that the company is preparing a replacement for Destiny.

“Apparently Activision has started development10 different projects in their studios, and not only in COD studios. 3 is Call of Duty, one is a new third party IP to fill the gap that Destiny filled,” wrote TheGamingRevolution.

Destiny 2 was not a financial success either wayin terms of selling add-ons and monetization. Still, Activision apparently liked the idea of ​​a service game, which is expanded with seasonal and annual updates.

Game Rant notes that such a project requiresa studio with experience in multiplayer, but Sledgehammer, Treyarch and Infinity Ward are already busy with new Call of Duty. Perhaps Activision will give the project to a third-party studio, or the company is preparing a single-player adventure in the style of Destiny.

In any case, this is just a rumor, even if the source was a true leak. Moreover, not all projects survive to the announcement, so Destiny from Activision may get stuck in the digging walls.