Previously available on Steam, Call of Duty came to Activision Blizzard’s Battle.net launcher back when Black Ops 4 released in 2018. In the years since, fans have found it amusing (and perhaps annoying) at how congested the Call of Duty launcher within Battle.net has become.

To put it simply, Battle.net once had you open Modern Warfare by, get this, clicking on a button that said “Modern Warfare.” Then, like John Carpenter’s The Thing, Call of Duty: Warzone assimilated Modern Warfare into a second launcher where you could download and boot up either game. Then that same launcher added Black Ops: Cold War, shunting Modern Warfare aside.

Well, bump that up to four CoDs now. With the announcement of Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision has added the new shooter to Battle.net’s menu.

(Image credit: Activision)

The sight of four Call of Duty games being presented at once has fans digging up a recent meme that mocked Activision’s all-encompassing launcher.

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