The Call of Duty machine will keep chugging along, whether the games are well received or not. This year's entry may not go down as a favourite, but perhaps a future one will regain your interest. Not only have we had reports about 2024's Call of Duty, we're now also seeing word about where the series is heading in 2025.
In a new report from Insider Gaming, it's said that the Call of Duty game planned for release in 2025 will be a direct sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, and set in the year 2030. It'll be a return to the near-future setting after a long stretch of games set in the past and present. The report also says the game will feature a combination of brand new multiplayer maps and remastered Black Ops 2 favourites.
As mentioned, it's been previously reported that 2024's Call of Duty will take place during the Gulf War. So, if everything is to be believed, we're heading back in time next year, then forward in time the year after. We hope you're keeping track of all this.
Obviously it's far too early to know if any of this information is real, but what would you say to a Black Ops 2 sequel in 2025? Let us know in the comments section below.