Previously available on Steam, Call of Duty hit Activision Blizzard's Battle.net launcher when Black Ops 4 was released in 2018. In later years, fans have found the degree of congestion fun (and perhaps annoying). of the Call of Duty launcher in Battle .net has been converted.
To put it simply, Battle.net had once opened Modern Warfare, get it by clicking a button that said "Modern Warfare." Then, like The John Carpenter Thing, Call of Duty: Warzone assimilated Modern Warfare into a second launcher where you could download and boot either game. Then the same launcher added Black Ops: Cold War, setting aside Modern Warfare.
Well, bump up to four CoDs now. With the announcement of Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision has added the new shooter to the Battle.net menu.
The sight of the presentation of four Call of Duty games at once makes fans unearth a recent meme that mocked Activision's global launcher.
I will not lie, I would like to see what Call of Duty: Prehistoric Warfare would be like. Do you run a pterodactyl bombardment? Lance with laser fixation? All club mode?
Activision is at a crossroads on how to support CoD for several years, especially with the continued success of Warzone’s live service, somewhat contrary to the annual cadence of major versions of Call of Duty. True, it seems like a good problem, as Warzone is one of the most prominent hits in the battle royale genre along with Apex Legends in recent years.
Once you’ve finished dreaming of rock catapult attacks in Prehistoric Warfare, remember to check out our extensive coverage of Call of Duty: Vanguard. We have the first big preview, where we know we are post-World War II specialists pursuing Hitler's successor. Warzone also receives a file completely new map after this year.