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Call of Duty Gets a Centralized Hub

Play all Call of Duty games in one place
by Natalie Collazo on August 16, 2023   

Centralized hubs for all of your games from the same developer seem to be the direction that everyone is going in nowadays. The same will be going for Activision's upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The way that the developers will be going about it will be through a centralized hub that will be known as Call of Duty HQ.

Modern Warfare 2 is the first game to use this hub, making this installment only the second. However, this seems to be a staple that the developers will be moving forward with in future games. This hub will give players the chance to play whichever game they want as well as whatever mode they want. It's an access point for your future content, but not the only way to be able to play the game.

It's likely that this will work the same way as the Battle Net launcher which has all of their games localized in a single place. More information about this will be revealed tomorrow during the Shadow Siege Limited Time Event which will allow players to see the newest Call of Duty installment for the first time.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will release on November 10, 2023 and will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox One X|S, and Switch.

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