Activision Blizzard confirmed during its earnings call that the next Call of Duty entry will be led by Call of Duty: WWII developer Sledgehammer Games. A release date was not announced, but it’s on track to launch this fall.

Details are vague, but Activision Blizzard hinted at the usual features: a single-player campaign, multiplayer, and a co-op component. The studio also said this Call of Duty entry is “built for next-gen,” suggesting the title will take advantage of hardware features like Quick Resume on Xbox and the DualSense’s adaptive triggers.

Coinciding with the news, Sledgehammer Games tweeted a GIF of WWE superstar The Undertake rising from a coffin. Sledgehammer has assisted development on Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War; the last Call of Duty game the studio spearheaded was 2017’s Call of Duty: WWII. It also provides support on Warzone.

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