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Why is Call of Duty 2023 canceled or postponed?

For all faithful call of Duty Fans, the thought of a CoD 2023 delay doesn’t want to be heard. For many, the annual Call of Duty release is something to look forward to from the moment the previous game releases. So having to wait another year won’t go down too well. Whether it’s a Treyarch Black Ops game or something else entirely, waiting an extra year is no fun. Here’s what we know about the canceled or delayed release of Call of Duty 2023.

Is Call of Duty 2023 cancelled?

Why is Call of Duty 2023 cancelled?

No, Call of Duty 2023 is not being cancelled.

According to reports, Call of Duty 2023 has not been canceled but has been postponed for a year. This effectively makes it “Call of Duty 2024”.

For a Call of Duty game to be canceled, something devastating would have to happen during the game’s development. As one of its biggest games, Activision relies heavily on consistent Call of Duty releases to keep its profits high and thereby keep shareholders happy.

Has Call of Duty 2023 been delayed?

Yes, Call of Duty 2023 has been delayed.

While it hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, reports suggest publisher Activision has delayed the game by a year.

At the time of writing, Bloomberg has reported the potential delay, leaving it up to Activision to confirm it definitively.

Activision, which is delaying Call of Duty 2023 for another year, will allow developers to add extra polish to the game and iron out any bugs and kinks ahead of launch. It’s likely that Warzone support will keep players going until the 2024 release date.

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https://www.gamerevolution.com/guides/710057-call-of-duty-2023-canceled-delayed-black-ops-6 Why is Call of Duty 2023 canceled or postponed?

Emma Bowman

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