Many fans wait for the official presentation of Call of Duty 2021, and it seems that we already have a potential release date. And it is at least curious that we are in the middle of July 2021 and we have not yet seen what the new installment of this year’s Call of Duty series will bring us. Although we’ve heard a lot of rumors about the title, which is said to be called Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision seems to be waiting until closer to fall to formally show the project.
Fortunately, for those of you who want a clearer idea of when we might start to find out more, interesting information about the game that may be real has been circulating on the internet. According to one speculation, the Call of Duty 2021 official release date it could take place in a month.
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Call of Duty 2021 Official Release Date
Considering the way Activision and Treyarch revealed Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War last year, the current speculation theorizes that the new game in the series could end up being announced sometime between August 17 and 19. From there, the full reveal could take place on August 23 or 24, leading to a new trailer a few days later at Gamescom. Obviously, none of this information has been confirmed yet, but it is not a bad schedule.
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Activision already made it clear earlier in the year that it would likely choose to reveal the game in a similar way to last year. Then, Call of Duty: Warzone played a major role in the announcement of Black Ops Cold War. Considering how popular battle royale continues to be, it is likely that we will see this same strategy for the official presentation of Call of Duty 2021.