Following reports earlier this year claiming the same, it's now been confirmed that Activision has now got all of its studios on Call of Duty detail.
Interestingly enough, the recent reveal trailer for the World War 2 shooter seems to be attempting to distance the brand from Activision, with the company in the midst of a controversial lawsuit.
Activision president Rob Kotisch recently revealed in an earnings call that a new Call of Duty mobile title is in development right now.
Developer Beenox is currently busy with Crash Bandicoot 4's N. Verted modes.
The shooter's PC version will be handled by Beenox.
Available first for PS4, the classic campaign finally comes to other platforms.
The remaster finally comes to both consoles tomorrow.
With two other titles sharing a base, it didn't make sense at this time.
It releases for Xbox One and PC on April 30th.
The end of a lengthy post-launch content schedule.
Content will instead come with a new challenge system.
Mega-Mix arrives as a new character along with a new track, new karts and much more.
It brings new cosmetics, a new character, and new track.
The PC version, handled in part by Beenox, is looking incredibly sleek.
Call of Duty: WW2 is also available as an early unlock for subscribers.
The Firehawk kart will be live until $1,000,000 is reached.
Getting spooky with Crash and friends.
The kart racer will continue on with its post-launch support.
FIFA 20's release also gives a boost to hardware and software sales for the Xbox One.
Spyro Reignited Trilogy re-enters the top 10 in second place.