Call Of Duty 2020: It Won’t Be A Black Ops Game? [VIDEO]

According to new rumours, the 2020 Call of Duty is going to be set in Vietnam.

Previously, we wrote that this year’s Call of Duty was planned to be developed by Sledgehammer (2014 – Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, 2017 – Call of Duty: WWII) and Raven (which worked on multiple CoD titles as a support studio), but Treyarch (which last worked on 2018’s Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII) has taken over the development as the other two studios couldn’t find a way to work together, and Activision Blizzard expects the money bags at the end of the year…

TheGamingRevolution (who correctly leaked information about Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered before its announcement, and recently, he also talked about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Remastered as well, but the publisher is still silent about that…) published a new video, and in it, he says he heard from four different sources that 2020’s Call of Duty will be related to the Black Ops series, but its title will not include these two words. The release window would also be somewhat unusual in comparison to the previous few games’, as Treyarch has been somewhat behind the schedule (which would make sense if they indeed took the reins over from Sledgehammer and Raven), and the coronavirus situation doesn’t allow them to catch up, but the game is still planned to launch this year, possibly in December.

A potential December release window would mean the game could be cross-gen, so it would launch on both the usual suspects (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC), and the new consoles (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X), but the latter wouldn’t have it as a launch title unless they also arrive in December.

As always, this is unconfirmed information, but the source looks legitimate – we heard about Vietnam before (allegedly, Sledgehammer had this idea a few years ago…), so it could be true.

Source: WCCFTech

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