The company Activision is planning to continue to maintain last year’s shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War with new content, even after the release of the next part of Call of Duty. Insider Tom Henderson told about this with reference to his sources.
Based on the data he has, Black Ops Cold War is likely to end up boasting the largest post-release support in the series’ history at the time it stops being updated. The reason is that it has become extremely popular and has surpassed all of the publisher’s forecasts for audience engagement and revenue per year after release.
How long support for Black Ops Cold War might last, Henderson did not specify.
The release of the next part of Call of Duty, known in the press as Call of Duty: Vanguard, should take place in the fall of 2021. There has been no official announcement yet, but insiders claim that in the new shooter, players will once again return to the fields of World War II.