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Activision Blizzard confirmed several release plans for 2020 during its fourth quarter and 2019 financial results conference call.

Here is a summary, via Niko Partners senior analyst Daniel Ahmad on Twitter:

Activision

  • A new Call of Duty title will be released in Q4 2020.
  • Several “remastered” and “reimagined” titles are in development, which will be announced later in 2020.

Blizzard Entertainment

  • Diablo Immortal will enter alpha testing in mid-2020.
  • World of Warcraft Classic will receive new content just like other Blizzard Entertainment titles.

King

  • King will invest in new titles for 2020.

It is worth noting that in February 2019, the Pan European Game Information rated a still unannounced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered. This could be one of the remastered titles Activision is referencing.

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