Activision has postponed the new content for season 4 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone , as well as the launch of season 7 of Call of Duty: Mobile , as reported on the social networks of their video games.
There is no specific date for its launch, which will not take place as a result of the serious political and social incidents that are taking place in the United States after the assassination of George Floyd.
In this way, Activision joins Sony , Electronics Arts and many other companies that have preferred either to remain silent or to put aside their news as a gesture for the serious events.
“It is time for those who claim equality, justice and change to be seen and heard,” the official Call of Duty account wrote in a statement posted on Twitter .
Captain Price, the mythical protagonist of Modern Warfare video games, was going to be a key figure in Season 4 of Call of Duty: Warzone, the Fortnite-style video game that the company launched last year and that has gained a lot of fame in the months after its publication.
Call of Duty decided to join the fashion of ‘battle royale’, Fortnite-type video games in which a large group of players fight until only one team or one player remains alive on the battlefield. After a first and unsuccessful attempt in 2018, Warzone has achieved the second a large number of followed and thus becomes the third active Call of Duty video game today.