Given the "disproportionate contribution" that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 provided to Activision Blizzard's well-padded bottom line, it won't come as a surprise that the next Call of Duty game is coming this holiday season.
Activision Blizzard confirmed its plans to "continue annualizing" the first-person shooter franchise with the still unnamed seventh entry in the billion dollar Call of Duty series. But executives did talk briefly about the game's release window and their desire to see some subscription revenue from the series.
"If you think about the successes we have had in other categories on subscriptions, you can get a sense of the direction we want to take that franchise," Activision CEO Bobby Kotick said during today's quarterly earnings call.
Execs expected a less "friendly" release window in 2010 than the one that Modern Warfare 2 had in 2009.
While Activision Blizzard brass did not name the developer of the next major Call of Duty game, developer Treyarch has been linked to the next iteration.
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