It’s been a rough three months for devel­op­ers dur­ing the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic, forc­ing mul­ti­ple delays and plen­ty of con­ven­tion can­cel­la­tions. Activi­sion is no excep­tion, as they are also deal­ing with dis­rup­tions because of the coro­n­avirus. How­ev­er, their biggest, year­ly title is still on track to release this year.

The new Call of Duty, which is rumored to be sub­ti­tled Black Ops: Cold War, is sup­pose to release before the end of this year, with Activi­sion has con­firm­ing this in their lat­est earn­ing report.

Activi­sion Bliz­zard pres­i­dent and COO, Daniel Ale­gre, stat­ed that employ­ees have adapt­ed to work­ing from home and that Call of Duty 2020 is still on track. Details on the next game were not shared, includ­ing if the pub­lish­er plans on releas­ing the next title on the PS5 or Xbox Series X.

In the past, news on an upcom­ing Call of Duty would be released around May with game­play footage arriv­ing in June. Tra­di­tion­al­ly, the game­play reveal would be dur­ing E3, but that’s obvi­ous­ly not hap­pen­ing this year.

Call of Duty: Mod­ern War­fare has been a huge suc­cess for Activi­sion, in part because of the launch of War­zone — which cur­rent­ly has over 60 mil­lion play­ers. If the next game brings play­ers back to the orig­i­nal Call of Duty: Black Ops era, it’s like­ly to be anoth­er huge hit for Activision.