Game news Call of Duty: “the most ambitious plan in history” to save the FPS, a staggering number of employees!
Call of Duty: Vanguard may disappoint the American giant Activision, but the publisher has no intention of giving it up, nor is the license that comes with it. The honor of the soldier, soon to be owned by Microsoft, is at stake. To restore its mud-stained coat of arms after the lackluster results of the latest opus, Activision has the most ambitious rescue plan in franchisee history.
- Important announcements for a prosperous future
- A wounded soldier who will soon be back on his feet?
Important announcements for a prosperous future
For its second game on next-gen consoles, Activision wanted to make it big and, on paper, Call of Duty: Vanguard seemed to have all the cards. Unfortunately, and actually nothing went as planned with a launch below expectationsparticularly in the United Kingdom, and a context that the fans didn’t really like of the license. Set aside many times, World War II has had its day and, to rest on its laurels, Call of Duty has sinned through laziness. While the deal with Microsoft seems to have kicked the anthill, as well as the publisher’s plans, the future of the franchise tries to build serenely†
To keep the future running smoothly, Activision initially seems to have drawn a line over the license’s insane release speed. To counterbalance these few months of absence from the market, the publisher aims to produce sections that will have much more impact: the announcement of the evolution of battle royale† Call of Duty: Warzoneand from the continuation of the Modern Warfare reboot with a second episode as shown.
A wounded soldier who will soon be back on his feet?
At the moment we don’t know if Activision is looking beyond these two games that will fuel the license, at least until 2024, but internally the ambitions are clearly displayed. To preserve the future of its franchise, which also serves as a goose that lays the golden egg, Activision wants to execute the most ambitious plan in its history. For this, the editor on site has a colossal number of employees that would increase, according to the media report Tweak Townto more than 3,000 employees.
The total is clearly staggering, especially when compared to the American giant’s entire payroll, which employs 9,800 employees. As a result, 31% of the company’s holdings are requisitioned to build the future of the iconic Call of Duty license, casually confirming its status as a leader within the company’s catalog.† To observe Activision’s strategy, nothing is too good for the famous FPS, but it will be necessary to fight if it wants to come back again more players than he lost†
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