This year's Call of Duty should be revealed this Summer via an in-game event in Call of Duty Warzone, according to trusted industry insider Tom Henderson.
Traditionally, a brand new Call of Duty title is expected to launch each year and in 2021 is no different. Activision are yet to confirm the existence of this year's Call of Duty but the official announcement should be dropping in the coming months.
Tom Henderson, a well-known industry insider who previously revealed a ton of details about unannounced Call of Duty games, has tweeted that the reveal of Call of Duty 2021 is set for "mid-year" and more importantly, the game will officially be revealed via free-to-play battle royale Call of Duty Warzone.
He also added that the reveal is not imminent and the safe bet would be the month of August to coincide with the Black Ops Cold War reveal, which happened in August last year.
"Call of Duty 2021 will be revealed "mid-year" and is also going to be revealed via Warzone. We're a while away from a reveal yet, best guess is probably August to coincide with the Black Ops Cold War reveal," Henderson tweeted.
The rumour has it, this year's Call of Duty game is set to be another World War 2 title, developed by Sledgehammer Games. The development of the game has not been going well reportedly but we are hopeful that the team will manage to deliver a solid Call of Duty experience.