Naturally, with the news that a non-Blizzard title is joining the online service, many wondered if other Activision products would end up there as well such as the aforementioned Call of Duty: WW2. According to Blizzard, this won’t be a common thing going forward.

“Our focus in terms of supporting non-Blizzard games is solely around Destiny 2” said the official statement. It seems rather clear, until you get to the very next sentence, which says “aside from potentially evaluating needs or opportunities for future Activision games, we don’t have any short- or long-term plans to support third-party games with Battle.net.”

So Destiny 2 remains the only external title to take advantage of the social features that games like Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm offer to their users. Call of Duty: WW2 will be released on November 3, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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