Call of Duty subscription service rumored to be in development with Modern Warfare studio

A Call of Duty subscription service is reportedly in development with Modern Warfare studio Infinity Ward.

According to RalphsValve (opens in new tab) on Twitter – who has leaked a number of Call of Duty details in the past – Infinity Ward is planning “a major redesign and rebrand” of Call of Duty’s UI/UX systems. This will apparently include: “Launching Call of Duty’s first subscription scheme”, “introduc[ing a] mobile application”, and a rebuilding of the series’ content discovery tools, store, and library.

Infinity Ward plans to facilitate, and entirely rework, Call of Duty’s UI/UX System’s; “A major redesign and rebrand” ⁃ Launching Call of Duty’s first Subscription Scheme ⁃ Introduce Mobile Application, in Concept⁃ Content Discovery & Library/Store re-architecture 9, 2022

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As some of you will probably remember, Call of Duty has actually had a subscription service before, around the time of Black Ops 2 called Call of Duty: Elite. The service was shut down back in 2014. 

This isn’t the only person to claim that some kind of COD subscription service was on the way as Twitter user @ModernWarzone (opens in new tab) reported last year that “Call of Duty is reportedly considering adding 6 and 12 month Battle Pass subscriptions for future games and Warzone,” alongside a screenshot of what looks like a Call of Duty questionnaire with a question that reads: “At what price do you think the 12-month battle pass subscription begins to seem expensive?” 

To add further fuel to this speculation fire, another Twitter user known as @ZestyLeaks (opens in new tab) has shared what looks like the home screen of some kind of Call of Duty online service. The image contains what looks like access to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Vanguard, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Black Ops Cold War

In other Call of Duty news, there is speculation that new Call of Duty: Warzone 2 details have been revealed behind closed doors during a supposed briefing by Activision. According to leaker Tom Henderson, Activision revealed the news in a meeting with content creators, however, there’s no word yet on whether this is true or when Activision will share these details with the public.  

Looking for a new game to play whilst you wait for Warzone 2? Take a look at our list of the best FPS games

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