The developers working on the Call of Duty series have responded to the leaks and provided some information about Project Aurora. This is a new production of the Call of Duty series, which can best be described by the term “Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile”. The title will focus on Battle Royale gameplay.
From yesterday, Call of Duty: Warzone received an interesting event, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is in the pipeline, while two months ago Activision confirmed work on Call of Duty: Warzone. The creators of the game responded to the rumors that have systematically surfaced and announced that a production is already underway under the codename Project Aurora.
You may have heard whispers about Project Aurora deep in Reddit or speculation on YouTube before, but we haven’t released anything officially yet. The game is still in development, and we’re in the first test of the Project Aurora closed alpha game system. The closed Alpha is limited in scope and the goal is simply Begin work on improving the game, testing matches, identifying and fixing bugs, and gathering feedback and ideas on all aspects of the game as new features become available.”
The team begins launching a closed alpha, from which we will not receive official materials and will not know the details of it – unless the testers decide to break the non-disclosure agreement and publish the videos. However, the studio ensures that as the project develops, it will share information about the state of the work.
Only selected players will be invited to Activision’s production auditions. The shooter is still in development, so the team’s primary focus is now on feedback from a small number of alpha participants.
There is no official release date for Call of Duty Project Aurora yet. So it’s hard to say if it will debut in the current fiscal year and fight for players’ interest in Electronic Arts’ productions – Apex Legends Mobile will appear next week, and Battlefield Mobile may hit the market in the coming months.
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