Recently, due to the increasing security vulnerabilities, the information of the companies is coming to light. After the leaked GTA 6 videos from Rockstar, Activision is now dealing with a similar problem. In a newly revealed post, Call of Duty 2023 plans were leaked. There has been no statement from the company on the subject yet.
Call of Duty 2023 plans shared on Twitter
Hackers reportedly tricked a user at the company and captured tons of sensitive data. Grand Theft Auto 6 was also exposed with a similar method.
.@Activision was breached December 4th, 2022. The Threat Actors successfully phished a privileged user on the network. They exfiltrated sensitive work place documents as well as scheduled to be released content dating to November 17th, 2023.
Activision did not tell anyone. pic.twitter.com/urD64iIlC5
— vx-underground (@vxunderground) February 20, 2023
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According to the information leaked by @vxunderground on Twitter, Call of Duty’s plans for this year were shared with many images. This year’s seasons will be as follows:
- Season 3 (March 15 – May 15): 2 new operators, 1 licensed, 3 new weapons, 3 base maps, 1 battle map, 4 gunfights, 1 Spec Ops #1, Raid T#3, 1 battle pass, level 1 event, 70 packs
- Season 4 (May 15 – July 16): 2 new operators, 1 licensed, 3 new weapons, 2 core maps, 2 battle maps, 4 gunfights, 1 Special Operations #1, Raid T#4, 1 small map, 1 battle ticket, level 1 event, 70 packs
- Season 5: No information
- Season 6 (September 15 – November 8): 2 new operators, 1 licensed, 3 new weapons, 2 base maps, 1 GW Haunting of Saba event, 1 battle ticket, phase 1 event, 70 packs
These are not the only leaks of Call of Duty 2023 plans. There is also a project called Jupiter among the shared ones. Jupiter GL4 (April 7 – 28), Jupiter Alpha (May 26 – June 2) and Jupiter GL5 (June 9 – 30). We know that a new game in the series is coming. But we don’t know if this is its codename and dates.