Call of Duty 2023 Schedule Reportedly Leaked

Call of Duty 2023 Plans Have Been Leaked Through a Breach At Activision

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
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Highlights
  • Call of Duty 2023 plans leaked
  • Activision was breached in December
  • No official word yet

In a world where security breaches are becoming more often, Activision seems to have found itself as a target, or at least it did. According to a new report, Activision was breached in December 2022. Sensitive data was leaked along with the schedule for Call of Duty until November 2023. Activision remained quiet on the matter.

Call of Duty 2023 Plan Detailed

The leaker @vxunderground has revealed many screenshots revealing the contents of the breach. The threat actors reportedly tricked a user on the network and got hold of tons of sensitive data. The attempt to trick other employees was made too, but they didn’t fall for it nor did they report it.

A whole load of Call of Duty coming in the following months has been leaked courtesy of the breach. It includes plans for upcoming seasons, new maps, and even something called ‘Jupiter’.

  • Season 3 (March 15 – May 15): 2 new operators, 1 licensed, 3 new weapons, 3 core maps, 1 battle map, 4 gunfights, 1 Spec Ops #1, Raid T#3, 1 battle pass, tier 1 event, 70 bundles
  • Season 4 (May 15 – July 16): 2 new operators, 1 licensed, 3 new weapons, 2 core maps, 2 battle maps, 4 gunfights, 1 Spec Ops #1, Raid T#4, 1 small map, 1 battle pass, tier 1 event, 70 bundles
  • Season 5: No information
  • Season 6 (September 15 – November 8): 2 new operators, 1 licensed, 3 new weapons, 2 core maps, 1 GW Haunting of Saba event, 1 battle pass, tier 1 event, 70 bundles

But the most curious out of all remains the project titled ‘Jupiter‘. There is a period of Jupiter GL4 (April 7 to 28), Jupiter Alpha (May 26 to June 2), and Jupiter GL5 (June 9 to 30). However, it is rather unclear what the project is though. We know that there’s a brand new full-fledged Call of Duty 2023 game planned. And these could be dates the new title follows, or it could be something entirely different.

The information seems credible, but it’s better to exercise caution. So, take this with a grain of salt, until Activision releases a statement on the matter.

What are your thoughts on the Call of Duty 2023 plans breach? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.
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