This year's release will feature a campaign, multiplayer, and co-op.
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It's a new year (relatively) and that means a new Call of Duty is in the works. Though there are several rumors circling about this year's release, there is one thing that we know for certain: Sledgehammer Games is the developer for this year's release. Activision made the confirmation just a short time ago today during the Activision-Blizzard Q1 earnings call.

Activision says that the game is "looking great" and is "on track" for a release in the fall. The release will include a campaign, multiplayer, and co-op modes though they were vague about what these specifically entailed. The new game will "integrate with and enhance the existing Call of Duty ecosystem." Presumably, this means some sort of integration with the ever popular Call of Duty: Warzone.

Activision promises that they will share more details on 2021's Call of Duty release "soon." There are some murmurings going around that the game will be called Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard and may take place in an alternate timeline.

Sledgehammer's previous Call of Duty titles include Call of Duty: WWII and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.