<em>Call of Duty<\/em> has been one of the most successful video game franchises ever. These first-person shooters are extremely fun to play with others and their campaign modes are pretty in-depth. That\u2019s why it was strange that\u00a0<em>Call of Duty: Black Ops 4<\/em> intentionally abandoned a campaign mode. It appears Activision wanted to take the route of strictly online multiplayer, where they could introduce microtransactions for additional revenue.\r\n\r\nTheir efforts received mixed results. On one hand, the robust multiplayer modes are captivating and introduce some amazing weapons. The added variety prevents online play from becoming tiresome. However, there are many gamers who pick up a <em>Call of Duty<\/em> title strictly to play the campaign mode, as not everyone has internet access.\r\n\r\nWell, it seems Activision is looking to right this wrong. In a recent Q\/A, Rob Kostich \u2013 Activision\u2019s new president \u2013 revealed that they had plans of bringing back the campaign mode in their next title. Fans haven\u2019t had this clear confirmation since <em>Call of Duty WW2<\/em>, which showcased an amazing campaign with gripping and historical moments.\r\n\r\nThis is a great move on the part of Activision. It shows that they\u2019re not solely focused on making profits from microtransactions. They\u2019ve needed this strategy change for some time now. By putting more efforts into campaigns, story development, and personal experiences, they can garner positive feedback. They've certainly needed this as of late.\r\n\r\n<em>Call of Duty<\/em> campaigns have always been impressive. They\u2019ve put players in some amazing eras, with settings that truly paint realistic pictures of the past, present, and future. Gamers have relived so many epic moments and experienced new takes on historical events. This was on full display with <em>Call of Duty WW2<\/em>. Storming the beaches of Normandy made for a jarring and memorable combat experience.\r\n\r\nWhat setting this new <em>Call of Duty<\/em> campaign will have still remains unclear. Activision still has so many options available. They could go back in the past like they did with the title before <em>Black Ops 4<\/em>, or they could send players into the future much like <em>Infinite Warfare<\/em>.\r\n\r\nWhatever direction they go in, the writers and developers must stay creative. If they can have success and show that great gaming experiences are what they\u2019re most concerned with, Activision can get back to its former glory. So many fans love this franchise, and hopefully, they put a lot of time and energy into creating something truly rewarding.