Activision Announced new free to play Call of Duty title for China
Earlier Activision end Guitar Hero franchise and canned True Crime: Hong Kong, and now they announced a new free-to-play Call of Duty title for China.
Eric Hirshberg, Activision Publishing CEO said, "We're developing a free-to-play micro-transaction based Call of Duty title for the exploding market in China,"
"This effort, although not slated for this year, has tremendous potential in its own right, but will also offer learnings that we can use throughout our organisation.
Hirshberg also announced bulk of new game titles that they will be releasing in 2011.
"Also, this year, we plan to launch games based on the best-selling Spider-Man franchise, the toy phenomenon Bakugan, hit TV shows Wipeout and Family Guy, as well as the latest release in the long-standing Cabela's Hunting franchise. These are all strong franchises with passionate niche audiences that can achieve repeatable and profitable success.
"Finally, in just two days at New York Toy Fair, we'll be announcing a big, broad appeal, new entertainment franchise. It's an all-new gaming universes that brings together the worlds of toys, video games and online play in a way that I believe to be unprecedented."