Activision have confirmed today that Treyarch will be working on the 2015 release of Call of Duty, which is set to be releasing this fall. CEO of Activision Publishing, Eric Hirshberg, broke the news today during an earnings call.
Treyarch have previous worked on Call of Duty: World at War, Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, and it will be the first title for them since switching to the three-year, three-developer format that Activision have got going on for Call of Duty.
Their latest two titles remain the biggest-selling titles in the franchise's history so they might have their work cut out if they want to impress Call of Duty fans again this year.
Hirshberg said that the game is going to be "loaded with innovation," something which the Call of Duty series has been lacking in recent years, and is something that is a major talking point when it comes to the series.
This fall's game will be Treyarch's first on the three-year development cycle. It will be loaded with innovation, and we're excited to share more details with our community soon.
There are no further details to share about the game as of yet but their is speculation floating around that they could be working on Call of Duty: World at War 2, but we'll have to wait and see. What do you think they're going to be working on, and will it live up to their legacy?