A new marketing campaign seemingly confirms the official name of the heavily rumored “Call of Duty 2020.” Additionally, it reveals the upcoming game’s logo as well as its potential release window. It appears that Acitvision would officially call the game, “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.”
New “Call Of Duty 2020”
Activision has not yet announced the new “Call of Duty 2020” but a new leak from a Doritos bag seemingly revealed a lot of details about the heavily-rumored game. The information from the packaging was first spotted by ModernWarzone and was picked up by PC Gamer. The promotion teases that gamers could maximize their XP in the upcoming game.
Additionally, the Doritos promotion comes with the rumored official logo of the game, which surprisingly, would be officially called “Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.” The promotion also mentioned that the campaign would launch on October 5 until October 31. Fans speculate that the rumored game would launch thereafter.
“Call of Duty 2020” Launch, Release Date And Other Details
PushSquare speculated that the launch of “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” could happen at Sony’s State of Play next month. It also believes that the “Call of Duty 2020” would launch on Sony’s next-generation gaming console PS5 and current-generation PS4. Earlier, a leak also surfaced online revealing some details about the shooter title.
BREAKING: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War logo leaked via Doritos promotional material (via @ModernWarzone) pic.twitter.com/B63bX4P3Bj
— Call of Duty News (@charlieINTEL) July 26, 2020
The leak detailed the game’s mission list, multiplayer map playlist and more. Other details on how the upcoming title would affect the mobile title “Call Of Duty: Warzone” were also leaked. The latest source of information came from a recently datamined code from the recently discovered listing of “The Red Door.”
Whispers online have it that “The Red Door” is the Alpha build of the upcoming “Call of Duty 2020.” It is worth mentioning that while these details are exciting these are not official. In this case, it is smarter to take this information with a pinch of salt.