Rumor: 10 Different Projects Being Made at Activision, New Third-Party IP Being Developed to Replace Gap Left by Destiny

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While Activision has primarily been known as the company that publishes Call of Duty and owns Blizzard, it seems the publisher might be stretching its legs a bit. Not to say that Call of Duty is going anywhere, but a new rumor has surfaced stating that 10 new Activision games are being developed, and one of them is even based on a third-party IP (intellectual property)!

This was revealed by reliable leaker TheGamingRevolution, who announced that even Call of Duty studios (though unnamed) are working on non-COD titles, and all studios combined, there are 10 different projects being developed by Activision with one based on an unknown third-party IP being developed to replace the gap left by Destiny once Bungie parted ways with Activision.

This is a direct quote coming from one of my sources: “Out of respect for the hard work from Activision and my friends at other studios, I will keep the names of the projects secret. But… ALL of the the studios combined are working on 10 different projects.

These projects are NOT ONLY Call of Duty, BUT since you have a cod fan base, 3 of these titles will be Call of Duty projects. This is excluding Modern Warfare. The other 7 are non cod related. I hope this excites fans for the future of what’s to come.

The Call of Duty developers are branching out beyond Call of Duty. It has been an honor getting rid of loot boxes. Have a good day my friend (:”

*sorry, I was just corrected since we were all misinterpreting this Apparently, 10 different Activision projects have begun across their studios, not just the COD studios. 3 are Call of Duty, one is a new third party IP to replace the gap that Destiny once filled.

Again, same as with other of his leaks, this is not confirmed by Activision and should be treated as a rumor. That said, TheGamingRevolution has managed to be spot-on with his leaks (including how the Prestige system is being scrapped in Modern Warfare in favor of something new), which means we believe he does know someone on the inside feeding him info.

Are you glad that some of the Call of Duty studios are working on non-COD projects? What third-party IP are you hoping the publisher is working on? Let us know int he comments.