I agree with everything you said. They even sent out a survey about the future of Call of Duty but they removed it quickly. I honestly thought that was a bad idea. They should've just left it alone so people could respond to it. Who cares that it "teases" the next game? We all fucking know it's coming, Activision!Nothing wrong with WWII, as what I've seen of the walkthroughs shows. But it definitely can't help but feel like they simply gave in to hipster hate and trolls who attacked the future concepts simply because of them being in the future. And given that people are accusing this current game of spinning its wheels creatively and not doing anything all that different, it makes this move feel pointless. If they can't be allowed to enjoy their success to any extent anymore and the naysayers have to keep harping on everything, then Sledgehammer should've just stuck to the original plan.
Is it likely that they will revisit the concept and finish the storyline. After all, the narrative doesn't need Jonathan Irons anymore, and they don't have that obvious millstone to contend with.
Not until the next generation consoles arrive. Thing is, people are complaining in droves - in levels that Activision isn't comfortable with as a publishing company. The same is currently happening with Battlefront 2, but in that instance, they [EA] deserve it. They should know better than to tack and lock the game behind a P2W paywall. EA got fucking greedy, they know Star Wars fans will buy this game like nobody's business - and they wanted to profit off this game as much as they could. Activision is just facing a divide in the Call of Duty community.Do you think it is likely that Sledgehammer will revisit AW and finish the storyline?