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“But I thought we weren’t getting yearly CoD releases because Activision wanted to focus on increasing the quality of the games…“
If you thought Activision was going to leave money on the table, then you probably believe the OnlyFans “model” in your DMs.
Activision is all but confirming a full-package Call of Duty release next year and I have one question for you,
Is this the time you grow your nuts?
Since Black Ops 3, all I’ve heard from the CoD community is how CoD has been getting worse. And about how the, “Devs don’t listen to the community, bro! Why don’t they just give us the shit we want? It’s so easy!“
Or how about SBMM? Do we need to talk about SBMM?
And yet, you guys keep buying their shit.
I refused to buy Modern Warfare 2019, Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War, and Call of Duty: Vanguard because I didn’t like the direction Activision was going.
And where were all of you?
I remember! You guys were in 2019 sweating, on Reddit complaining about Cold War Zombies, and on Twitter hashtagging about Vanguard packet burst!
This next release is going to be difficult for you — I know — especially with what Activision has planned.
According to Jason Schreier, Activision is likely going to be releasing a full premium expansion pack for Modern Warfare 2. That means brand new single- and multiplayer content.
And if it’s coming out at the predicted 70-dollar mark, then you know that content is going to be fire — new and old school maps, new skins, new challenges, and maybe even content that starts bridging the gap between Modern Warfare 2 and 3!
Can you grow your nuts, though? Do you have the power to send Activision a clear signal?
Next year you’re going to get the chance to put up or shut up. Activision is going to release a full 70-dollar Call of Duty and they expect you to pay up.
If you hold onto your dollars, headlines will be written, shareholders will start making phone calls, and the CoD community might start to see some real change.
If you give in, then the CoD community gets what it deserves.
There’s a silver lining to every cloud, so here it is:
This rumored Modern Warfare 2 expansion isn’t technically a new game. So if you miss out, it shouldn’t sting as much.
You guys should thank Activision for letting you take baby steps toward growing a pair. Because if this was a proper release, we all know the CoD community would be on their knees.
See you on the battlefield, and as always, stay cool, gentlemen.