Call of Duty 2023 Has Been Revealed – To a Room of NBA Players
Fans hungry for information on Call of Duty 2023 will need to wait a little longer, but if you’re an NBA star, you can get the inside scoop right now. Over the weekend, players competing in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas are being given an exclusive look at Call of Duty 2023 – which could be revealed in full within the next month or so.
This isn’t the first time that this kind of reveal has happened behind closed doors, of course. On social media, a few players have shared images or videos of the suite where the reveal is taking place, but nothing is given away bar the most basic logo imaginable. There are even stations in the room that have been set up to play Call of Duty, but shots indicate that players are sitting down with Warzone or Modern Warfare II.
One Step Closer
It’s admittedly tough to be excited about Call of Duty 2023 – which we reported on as being named ‘Modern Warfare III’ earlier this year – given the recent track record of the Call of Duty series. For instance, Modern Warfare II was good enough, but it was rough around the edges and died out quickly owing to certain choices made with elements like SBMM.
Further, Warzone 2.0 was released in a buggy state and instantly turned off vast swathes of the community, and the less we say about 2021’s Call of Duty: Vanguard, the better.
But now, all eyes are on Call of Duty 2023 to bring a little revival to the franchise. There are various changes that the community would see made to the formula that has switched them off from the series over the last year, but will Activision be all ears to the cries of the community at large?