Activision Breaks Down 2010 Release Schedule: Singularity in June, Transformers by July, More

On top of confirming plans to release a number of high-profile titles across 2010, mega-publisher Activision Blizzard has also outlined when they...

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On top of confirming plans to release a number of high-profile titles across 2010, mega-publisher Activision Blizzard has also outlined when they should hit.

As expected, the next Call of Duty will be released within the holiday timeframe, with Raven's time-shifting shooter Singularity now due in June and High Moon's robotic action game Transformers: War For Cybertron slated to arrive after March but before July.

Based on comments company made during its recent earnings conference call, we've compiled the below list of its upcoming major games and their release windows:

Of course, it's quite likely that Activision has more up its sleeve than what it's letting on at such an early point in the year, but what you see above is all we know thus far.

From The Chatty

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    February 11, 2010 8:56 AM

    Yes! A new Call of Duty, Guitar Hero and a game based on a movie! great time to be a gamer!

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      February 11, 2010 9:20 AM

      Haha, yeah. Aside from Singularity, almost no original IPs. The finance junkies are eating it up, but they're not the main audience that enjoys video games. Activision has lost its soul.

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        February 11, 2010 9:36 AM

        I agree. Activision is the new EA.

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        February 11, 2010 12:47 PM

        Since when does Activision have soul anyway? :p They have been selling the "soul" to money.

        It is indeed EA who just have either found or bought back the soul. :)

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      February 11, 2010 4:34 PM

      Activision was a damn fine company before they merged with Vivendi, people seem to forget that. I love that theres a new COD game for holiday, honestly that series is dead to me. Its too bad too because Infinity Ward made 3 amazing games ill always love COD 1,2, & 4. I just hope to hell the don't put IW on the churn for another COD game but i'm sure they will, poor bastards.

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        February 12, 2010 2:11 PM

        I never claimed to know when they changed, but you are right, Activision used to be respectable.