We have not even yet official confirmation of the entry into this year's Call of Duty, but the rumor has already revolved around what to expect after the iteration of 2020 According to Jason Schreier of Kotaku, the three studios that are giving up the franchise, giving a development time of three years each, are to be abandoned next year in favor of Black Ops 5 of Treyarch.
Raven Studios and Sledgehammer originally had to develop the 2020 entry in tandem, but Schreier's sources indicated that there were tensions between the two teams after many arguments led to spin off. From now on, both developers will serve as support teams for Treyarch.
In addition, the Kotaku report goes on to explain that next year's "Call of Duty" campaign will feature a one-player campaign, which will take place during the Cold War. Raven and Sledgehammer spent a lot of time and effort on the single player game project, but Treyarch now has a creative lead after the reshuffle.
This is a radical change from the franchise, which has been running since Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 of 2012 – which launched the Three Developer Campaign. And while this is not an absolute confirmation, Jason Schreier's results speak for themselves. Looks like Call of Duty: Black Ops 5 will come out earlier than expected, both on PS4 and a new generation version on PS5.
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