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Call of Duty 2024: First Leaks, Multiplayer Concept Art, Developer Details, and More

Call of Duty 2024: First Leaks, Multiplayer Concept Art, Developer Details, and More
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Call of Duty 2024: First Leaks, Multiplayer Concept Art, Developer Details, and More

While it’s still early days, details about Call of Duty’s 2024 release are already starting to trickle out. From early concept art leaks, to developer info, a release window, and more, here’s everything we know.

While we’re still some way off, especially since this year’s Modern Warfare 2 has yet to be released, we already have a wealth of information on the next CoD title.

With 2023 reportedly set to be the first year in franchise history without a mainline CoD entry, the next core release is apparently a lock for 2024, with the developers hard at work on what’s to come.

From the study behind the next iteration to a breakdown of the initial leaks, here’s everything we know about CoD 2024 so far.


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We still have to get through Modern Warfare 2 before the focus shifts to the 2024 release.

Call of Duty 2024: Release Window Details

For the first time since 2004, Activision’s hit FPS franchise supposedly miss a year with its main series. With 2023 seemingly cleared for projects not tied to the main series, 2024 is the target for the next major release according to various reports.

Since it’s still a couple of years away, it’s too early to pin a specific release date. However, the CoD franchise has always released new entries in the last quarter of each calendar year, so it’s safe to assume that the 2024 title will carry on the tradition.

14 previous CoD games landed in November, while the remaining five (including the upcoming Modern Warfare 2) targeted October. Therefore, the end of 2024 is more than likely when we get our hands on the next major game in the series.

What platforms will Call of Duty 2024 be released on?

Following Microsoft’s historic move to acquire Activision Blizzarda deal expected to close in July 2023, the future of CoD on platforms other than Xbox became doubtful.

However, CEO Phil Spencer was quick to clear up any concerns, assuring PlayStation fans will still be able to access upcoming titles.

β€œIt is not our intention to drive communities away from that platform and we remain committed to that,” he said. said in 2021.

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Microsoft’s historic offer to acquire Activision Blizzard could affect the future of the CoD franchise.

So for now, it looks like the 2024 release of CoD will still be available on Xbox hardware, PC, and PlayStation consoles as well. Exactly which platforms is unclear at this stage.

We could see the CoD franchise engage with current-gen hardware, moving from the PS4 and Xbox One systems. Though given the large install base, there’s still a good chance CoD 2024 will appear on previous-gen consoles as well. We’ll have to wait and see how ambitious the next mainline entry is.

Which Activision studio is developing Call of Duty 2024?

Although nothing has been made official yet, first reports from Bloomberg identified Treyarch as the developers behind CoD 2024.

Having traditionally followed a three-studio cycle for the past decade, CoD games have rotated between Treyarch, Infinity Ward, and Sledgehammer games, respectively, every three years. With that process seemingly coming to an end, CoD 2024 could give Treyarch one of its biggest development windows yet.

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Following 2020’s Black Ops Cold War, Treyarch could be in the midst of a four-year pipeline for its next big project, the longest of any CoD title to date.

Call of Duty 2024: possible scenario and time frame

As with every new version of CoD, the focused build is often one of the biggest talking points. From classic boots-on-the-ground gameplay in a WWII setting to futuristic jetpack-powered gameplay, we’ve seen it all. So where will CoD 2024 take us?

While the exact details have not been confirmed, the first batch of leaks he appears to have made a reference to the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu in Somalia. This could lock down a ’90s setting for the next major CoD release, though it’s too early to tell for sure.

Previous reports from industry expert Tom Henderson went against these leaks, stating that “Treyarch’s next game is semi-futuristic”. So, with conflicting details in the wild, we’ll have to wait and see where CoD 2024’s entry takes us.

Call of Duty 2024: First Leaks

Years after its possible release, CoD 2024 leaks hit the web as early as July 2022. Data-miners managed to uncover a variety of early concept art for the upcoming project, rather amusingly, through files found on the web. Warzone Mobile first test apps.

Two particular pieces of said concept art seemingly revealed new maps in the works for Treyarch’s next title. One codenamed ‘Stealth’ and the other codenamed ‘Pillage’.

The first shows a besieged US military base with what appears to be a Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk stealth bomber emerging from a hangar.

The latter shows a ransacked mansion with extravagant chandeliers juxtaposed by fallen debris and smashed furniture.

However, as it is still very early days, there is a possibility that these concepts may never go beyond the artistic stage. So it pays to take these initial glances very carefully for now. By the time CoD 2024 releases, it could look completely different than what we see today.

While that’s all we know about CoD 2024 for now, we’ll be sure to keep you posted here with all the latest news in the months to come.

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