Call of Duty 2023 to be Revealed on August 1 – Rumour

Reports have claimed this year’s Call of Duty instalment is a follow-up to Modern Warfare 2, with Sledgehammer Games developing the shooter.

Though reports initially suggested that Activision would not be releasing a Call of Duty game in 2023 and would instead be looking to release a large-scale expansion for Modern Warfare 2, the company has since then stated a number of times that the first person shooter franchise will indeed be getting a new premium instalment this year. Now, we might also know when it will be unveiled.

According to a report published by Tom Henderson on Insider Gaming, this year’s Call of Duty game will be unveiled in August, with a reveal tentatively set for August 1. August is often the month that Activision has chosen to reveal new Call of Duty titles, though last year’s Modern Warfare 2 was unveiled in June.

While the report doesn’t mention details on the nature of the reveal, it states it’s likely to happen through some sort of in-game event similar to 2020’s Black Ops Cold War and 2021’s Vanguard, both of which were revealed within Call of Duty: Warzone.

As per reports from earlier in the year, this year’s Call of Duty title is being developed by Sledgehammer Games, with Infinity Ward overseeing the project and Treyarch assisting with development. It will allegedly be a follow-up to Modern Warfare 2, though it’s unlikely to be called Modern Warfare 3.

Allegedly, the game will be out in November, with its pre-launch beta weekends scheduled for October.