Call of Duty and the next Battlefield have a problem, and it’s because of GTA 6. Fall 2025 is a complicated date for so many great games – Grand Theft Auto VI

Call of Duty and the next Battlefield have a problem, and it’s because of GTA 6. Fall 2025 is a complicated date for so many great games – Grand Theft Auto VI
Call of Duty and the next Battlefield have a problem, and it’s because of GTA 6. Fall 2025 is a complicated date for so many great games – Grand Theft Auto VI

Both the upcoming Battlefield and 2025’s Call of Duty (Black Ops 2 sequel) will also release in Fall 2025

Which of these three are you going to opt for if they come out soon? It’s a complex question, but the vast majority of players would choose Grand Theft Auto VI over very successful shooters such as Battlefield or Call of Duty. There is still a year to know what will happen, but knowing the release date of GTA 6 has caused some people to think about the possible collateral damage that its launch would causeand that’s where games come in. EA and Activision.

As many of you have seen these days, GTA 6 It has a new release date and it is already known that it will go on the market in fall 2025. However, on that date the 2025 Call of Duty could also be released, which was reported to be a semi-direct sequel to Black Ops 2. In addition, the next Battlefield also enters this equation, which aims to debut at end of next year.

Although these games have not yet been officially announced, Tom Henderson, a reliable journalist in the industry, reported months ago that both shooters have a tentative release date of late 2025, and GTA 6 will be released in that window. In this way, both Activision and EA have a problem with Rockstar because it is very possible that all the titles are cannibalize in sales, except GTA 6.

Therefore, companies must decide what to do: to delay a few weeks the launch of your game, overtake it or want to compete with the big R because you trust your potential audience. It is complicated and there is still time to see what to do, but other popular games that may debut at the end of 2025 may have this problem. Far Cry 7, Death Stranding 2, the new Ghost Recon, etc., could have these same problems.

Rockstar owners are very confident

Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick expressed his blind trust in Rockstar and GTA 6 in the last call with investors. “We are highly confident that Rockstar Games will offer an unparalleled experience, and our expectations for the commercial impact of the title continue to rise. Our company is in a position to reach new levels of successand we expect to generate sequential growth in net bookings for fiscal years 2025, 2026 and 2027.”

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