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Activision will most likely reveal COD 2020, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, this Friday

Activision has launched a teaser website for COD 2020, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. This teaser website hints at an August 14th reveal, so we can assume that the publisher will officially reveal its new COD game this Friday.

You can find the COD 2020 teaser website here. A look at its source code reveals Activision’s name. Moreover, this is the exact link that most YouTubers and influencers shared during an ARG that began yesterday.

Now the reason I’ve included the word “likely” in the title is because Activision may actually reveal this Friday the next step in its ARG puzzle. In other words, we may not get a COD 2020 press release or an announcement trailer. Thus, I suggest tempering your expectations, at least for now.

From what we know so far, Call of Duty 2020 will be using the Modern Warfare Engine. The game will explore the Vietnam War a lot more than the original Black Ops. Moreover, it will be more realistic and based more on real events compared to the original Black Ops. Not only that, but it will be more gory than last year’s MW and will have a lot of shocking moments similar to Modern Warfare.

In June 2020, a work in progress video appeared from the game’s multiplayer mode. Unfortunately, Activision took it down so it may be a bit hard to find that exact video. However, later that month YouTuber Xclusive Ace leaked some details about the game’s multiplayer modes. As the YouTuber noted, COD 2020 will feature Campaign, Multiplayer, Zombies Modes. Additionally, COD’s battle royale mode, COD Warzone, will be available in it.

Call of Duty 2020 will be most likely called Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

Stay tuned for more!

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