Last week, Infinity Ward announced its plans to launch the new seasons of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone on June 3. However, last Monday, the studio revealed that it will postpone these releases, in addition to Call of Duty: Mobile season 7.
In a post on Twitter, it was announced that the new seasons will be released in the future. On a black background, the Call of Duty team declared that “now is the time to talk about equality, justice and the change we want to see and hear”. They still say, “We are with you.”
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) June 2, 2020
Although the post does not have the associated tag of the Black Lives Matter movement, it is a possible response to the protests that started because of the death of the American George Floyd at the hands of a policeman last week.
The decision came a few hours after Sony postponed the PS5 event, also with the same motivation. There were rumors that Activision would show off the new Call of Duty this week, but that should also be postponed.
For now, there is no more news about the releases of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone.