But it looks like some surprising new information may have leaked ahead of Activision's official announcement.
This year's entry to the "Call of Duty" franchise appears to be called "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare", the name leaking after a few weeks of private demonstrations. In the case of 2019's Call of Duty game, what's old is new again, as it'll have a very familiar title.
Activision has already demonstrated the game at private events attended by well known United States athletes. In fact, Schreier goes on to state that it's a "soft reboot".
The mission received considerable attention and controversy when the game released, with many criticizing the brutality as unnecessary and abhorrent.
Modern Warfare game designer Alex Roycewicz is also back on board, as is multiplayer design director Geoff Smith and studio art director Joel Emslie.
The last title in the sub-series was 2011's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
While recent news has touched on the seemingly troubled development of Call of Duty's 2020 title, there is now news about the series' 2019 title.
"Announcing the first #E3Coliseum event!" reads an E3 tweet.
Following months of rumours surrounding the next instalment in the Call of Duty franchise, there's finally been some clarification on what the game is going to be called.
"Call of Duty" seems to have hit a crossroads.