Call of Duty remains a revenue juggernaut, raising more than $3 billion in the past year.
Bad news for players is that Season 1 of Call of Duty: Cold War and Warzone Black Ops have been postponed but by only one week.
The official Call of Duty blog notes that the team needs a little more time to plan for the start of Season 1, so it will move from 10th December to 16th December.
Warzone is getting a new map, a revamped encounter with the Gulag, as well as over 30 Cold War Black Ops arms.
Speaking of which, from Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Black Ops Cold War will receive new multiplayer maps, more 6v6 modes/playlists, the return of 2v2 Gunfights (with four new maps), new Zombies modes, and the return of the Raid map.
In addition, expect free arms, seasonal challenges, and the introduction of the Seasonal Prestige system of 1000-level cross-titles.
The delay stinks, but anyway, Call of Duty was firing on all cylinders.
Activision argues that in the last 12 months, the franchise has gained over $3 billion in net bookings.
In addition, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Call of Duty: Warzone, as well as Call of Duty: Mobile has seen more than 200 million active players in the last year.
Activision reports that this is the highest number of recorded console and PC players in history, and the largest in monthly players and hours played in November.
For more about Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops, check out our analysis. For the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC, the game is now playable.