Activision plans to continue the Call of Duty franchise for a very long time. In a new interview with MarketPlace, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick stated that there will continue to be new Call of Duty games coming to the market; ‘you never run out of ideas for Call of Duty,’ he said.
“We’ve had Call of Duty games played on virtually every console for the last 14 years. So the idea of having a game that centers around armed conflict through history…you never run out of ideas for Call of Duty games. There will always be Call of Duty games. And they’ll be played on a variety of devices.”
One thing that will change in the years ahead for Call of Duty is where it is available for players to play. Kotick said that Activision will continue to adjust to where fans are playing and will bring Call of Duty games to those platforms. Currently, Call of Duty is available on last-gen consoles, current-gen consoles, PC, and mobile devices.
One example of this adaptation to new systems is how Call of Duty has already announced support for the new PlayStation 4 Pro. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Modern Warfare Remastered, and Black Ops 3 will all support the PS4 Pro on its launch day of November 10.