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Apparent Activision Leak Reveals Call Of Duty Plans Through 2024 And Much More

An alleged Activision data breach has revealed Call of Duty seasonal content plans through 2024, as well as sensitive employee data.


A large batch of alleged future Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 content has surfaced online. Several online figures have claimed that the content stems from an Activision data breach from December 2022, which apparently resulted in not only the COD plans getting swiped, but sensitive employee information as well.

Notable malware compiler Vx-Underground recently posted photos related to the breach on Twitter, claiming that it was made possible due to a phishing scam providing access to Activision's Slack channels. The photos seem to indicate several key facts about upcoming Call of Duty content, including the length of multiplayer seasons, the number of new operators and weapons, and more. In a report, Insider Gaming said that the breach contains information about Modern Warfare 2's upcoming DLC, as well as information about the planned 2023 and 2024 entries in the series, which are codenamed Jupiter and Cerberus respectively.

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Activision provided a statement in response to that report, calling the December 4, 2022 incident a "phishing attempt" and stating that "no sensitive employee data, game code, or player data was accessed." It's unclear if Activision employees were informed about the alleged leak. Call of Duty's 2023 entry has been beset by confusion, with the latest reporting suggesting that it will be a standalone release led by Sledgehammer Games. Previous sources claimed that it would be "premium DLC" for Modern Warfare II instead of a full new game.

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