Reconfirmed by previous leaks, insider Ralph Valve from the WhatIfGaming portal revealed the essence of the next Sledgehammer Games project, known in the Call of Duty series.
That the authors of Vanguard, WWII, and Advance Warfare took up their new Call of Duty, told another insider, Tom Henderson, in April, but he did not share the details of the project.
According to Valva, in the run-up to the Vanguard launch, Sledgehammer writers planned several sequels with the Awangard heroes, but sales below expectations forced the team to think in a different direction.
As a result, Sledgehammer proposed that the Activision move away from the Second World War, covered by the Vanguard and WWII, and return to the science fiction world Advanced Warfare.
More rapid than her landing colleagues in the series, Advance Warfare shook the conventional Call of Duty gameplay novels, such as exoskeletons, that gave the players tangible bonuses.
Advance Warfare's events are taking place in a world of the future, where private military corporations have become the dominant force, the founder of the largest of them.
According to Valva, the continuation of Call of Duty: Advance Warfare is not due until 2025, and the 2024 is said to be reserved for a new game, Treyarch, and 2023 will be left without Call of Duty.