The hub will support Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and 3, and Warzone, allowing players to access all their content in one place.
The original Call of Duty battle royale is shutting down, with developers focusing on "future Call of Duty content" and Warzone 2.0.
The battle royale shooter will go offline on November 16 upon the launch of Warzone 2.0, before relaunching as Warzone Caldera later in the month.
Prominent insider Tom Henderson says that the free-to-play battle royale shooter will be renamed to "Warzone Caldera".
A reported leak has revealed the release date for the revamp of the Call of Duty battle royale game, dubbed Warzone 2.0.
Since launching in 2020, Call of Duty: Warzone has had over 125 million players. Over 3,000 people are working on the franchise currently.
New leak claims that the battle royale shooter will also bring back armour vests and an expanded version of Blackout's inventory system.
New alleged details have emerged on the battle royale sequel, claiming that it'll be more in line with Black Ops 4's Blackout than the original Warzone.
The publisher claims this "primarily due to our own execution" and promises the "most ambitious plan in Call of Duty history" with this year's titles.
Activision attributes the steep drop-off to lower player engagement in Call of Duty: Warzone and relatively lower sales for Call of Duty: Vanguard.
The upcoming battle royale sequel has been "built from the ground-up" and will feature 'groundbreaking innovations", the publisher says.
The new season for Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard is officially live for PC and consoles, bringing in plenty of fixes and new content.
Activision recently announced that Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is in development, but it seems a mobile version of the battle royale experience might be in the works as well.
Infinity Ward co-studio head Patrick Kelly has confirmed that all games in the series going forward will run on the same engine.
Both games are "designed together from the ground-up" and will use a new engine, with the Warzone sequel being billed as "a massive evolution of battle royale."
Improvements will be made to movement, bugs, performance and streaming, connectivity, and much more.
A full-fledged sequel to the free-to-play battle royale shooter is allegedly in the works, and will release for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC.
Staff at Raven Software, after having been on a strike for a number of weeks, has announced that it's officially unionizing.
"Sony is an important part of our industry, and we value our relationship," says Xbox boss Phil Spencer, who recently had conversations with Sony leadership.
The upcoming mid-season update for Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone will feature a crossover with the Japanese anime Attack on Titan, celebrating its final season's release.