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style="font-style: italic;">Activision has large-scale plans for Call of Duty in 2011.
Call of Duty: Black Ops celebrated its midnight launch tonight and the game is expected to do quite well once the pre-order and launch day sales are in. But there is some other Call of Duty (CoD) news that might prove interesting for fans of the series. For quite some time now, a Call of Duty MMOG has been speculated to be in development and a comment from Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg during a conference call might suggest that next year's CoD title may be in a much larger (MMOG large?) scope stating "in the back half of 2011, we are launching a new, large-scale Call of Duty FPS title."
Some people have speculated that CoD might start charging for online play and Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter is one of those that belive that they should. So will we possibly get that CoD MMOG announcement or will we instead see a whole lot of very angry gamers about possibly having to pay for an online gaming service that has for the most part been free? Tell us what you think on our forums.