Call of Duty 2021 won’t premiere at E3, here’s when it will.

As every year, with the approach of the highly anticipated E3 2021, many hope to finally see the new chapter of the Call of Duty series. However, as Activision confirmed, gamers of the fast-paced shooter may be disappointed this year: Call of Duty 2021 will not premiere at E3 this year and will premiere at a later date.

In recent hours, the famous portal Video Games Chronicle has reported new information regarding the presentation of the next title in the Call of Duty series. Vanguard – that’s the subtitle indicated by the header – will actually be shown for the first time during an in-game event in Call of Duty: Warzone.

Call of Duty 2021 will therefore skip E3 this year, in favor of a particular crossover event which will take place within Call of Duty: Warzone and which will be playable by all players of the famous battle royale of Activision.

Call of Duty: Vanguard will be developed by Sledgehammer Games, a software house responsible for the Call of Duty series. The Modern Warfare series and the most recent Call of Duty: World War 2, and will be set during the Pacific War, World War II.

On the other hand, the next installment of the Battlefield series will be called 2042, and will therefore take place in the near future. We are therefore going to witness an exchange of parameters regarding the Electronic Arts and Activision series weblogs, with the first which will make a leap into the future, after a few chapters taking place in the past, and with the second which will see occur opposite.

Later this summer, Call of Duty: Warzone will see the start of an event that will give players of the free-to-play Activision game a preview of what will be the next chapter in the shooter series.

Before we leave you, we want to remind you that Call of Duty: Warzone is available for free on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.

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