Activision Blizzard Says Modern Warfare Reboot Sequel Is ‘The Most Advanced Experience In Franchise History’


Activision Blizzards The financial results for the first quarter of 2022 were released, in which the company addressed the next call of Duty Games and the forthcoming release of Diablo immortal.

The financial results are through to the end of the quarter, March 31st, and of course they’ve briefly touched on the whole thing Microsoft thing of gain. It noted that the transaction is “expected to close in Microsoft’s fiscal year ending June 30, 2023,” following approval by Activision Blizzard’s and Microsoft’s boards of directors. Interestingly, the results touched on the upcoming 2019 sequel Call of Duty Modern Warfare reboot, and the new war zone “experience” which is not yet entirely clear.

“This year’s Call of Duty is a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare, the most successful Call of Duty title to date, and will be the most advanced experience in franchise history,” the financial results read. Additionally, the Warzone “experience” will be “built from the ground up alongside the premium game” and will apparently feature “groundbreaking innovations” to be unveiled later this year.

activity announced earlier this year the sequel to Modern Warfare and the new Warzone game or whatever, but while the former is clearly referred to as a game, the latter is consistently referred to as an experience. So we’ll have to wait for that to see what the team comes up with.

The results also mention the fact that Diablo immortal will be released on June 2nd, both on mobile as originally planned and now also on PC, with the PC version starting as an open beta. and blizzard also plans to “unveil more details about his first Warcraft Mobile experience in the coming weeks”, which is to be published later this year.

diablo 4 and surveillance 2 also appear to be progressing smoothly as internal testing for Diablo is now taking place and external testing of Overwatch 2’s player-versus-player mode begins tomorrow, April 26th.

It also notes that Blizzard’s first-quarter financial results were lower year-over-year, “primarily reflecting the timing of the product cycle for the Warcraft franchise.” Thought it didn’t mention the number of controversies the company has faced over the past year, such as the recent lawsuit alleging discrimination and harassment. Activision Blizzard Says Modern Warfare Reboot Sequel Is ‘The Most Advanced Experience In Franchise History’

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