After LA Thieves dominated the CDL Championship, a new showcase was revealed to every Call of Duty fan out there. On the 15th of September, Activision will host Call of Duty: Next, an event designed to reveal the future of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2. It’ll also shed some light on the upcoming Warzone Mobile project, which up until now has simply been known as Project Aurora, and we still don’t know much about it.
Now fans and critics have their expectations, but that comes with any gaming showcase. This time, there are countless things we’d love to see shown at Call of Duty: Next, and many things that we know likely won’t make an appearance. Fortunately, fans are that little bit closer to Modern Warfare II, as with the announcement of Call of Duty: Next also came a reveal of the beta dates for the game itself. It was an exciting time for Call of Duty fans the world over, and it made everything seem all that much closer.
Most of the time, COD showcases haven’t been monumental, and at the reveals, they’ll typically only show a small segment of what’s to come. To give credit to Activision, the firm is adept at playing its cards close to its chest. However, the Next showcase that was announced before the CDL Championship came to an end is a great sign for the future of the franchise.
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First of all, it’s rare that such a big deal is made about Call of Duty, because as we used to see in the past, a trailer has been dropped, and that’s it, hype train engaged. So in reality, what can we expect from the event? Well, regardless of how Activision does it, we could expect at least a full multiplayer reveal.
Considering that this platform will serve as the foundation of the Call of Duty League in 2023, and that the beta is dropping in September, then we should get to see a lot of the game’s features. That includes the full range of maps at launch, a selection of weapons, and real, honest, in-game action.
We should also get to see tangible evidence of what’s happening next in Warzone, whether that’s a new map, mode, or even an early reveal trailer. There’s no questioning that Warzone has suffered from some mistakes recently, and it’s in dire need of a burst of fresh air. If Call of Duty is dying, Warzone is at the heart of the cause, and it needs revitalizing now to become a viable platform again.
The expectations about the DMZ mode in Modern Warfare II are still there. This is allegedly an Escape From Tarkov-like mode, set in a large, open world and boasting PvPvE elements. It could be a game-changer for Call of Duty, especially if it’s swapped out in place of the traditional Zombies or Spec Ops modes.Remember that everything that happens in this event will directly impact the COD esports scene. If you want to find out more about that, check out our Call of Duty betting page where we’ll give you the best sign up offers and free bets available.