Today, Activision officially announced Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Teased for weeks on social media and through Call of Duty leaks, many fans are excited with this news and the Black Ops Cold War release date.
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— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) August 26, 2020
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
One of the most iconic franchises in video game history, Call of Duty returns yearly with a new title and this one won’t disappoint. Black Ops Cold War takes place in the early 1980s and is a direct sequel to the first game released in 2010.
Fans also found the answer to questions of how Warzone will transfer content over. Currently, Warzone is tied to the Modern Warfare title so players didn’t know how the 2020 game will affect owned content. Treyarch revealed that all owned content from Modern Warfare will transfer over.
The new game will feature lots of free content post-launch and a battle pass system. As usual, Call of Duty makes waves with how much digital content that players can receive.
Cold War Live Reveal Event
The Call of Duty live reveal event took place in Modern Warfare Warzone with a variety of challenges. Players who made it to the lobby and finished each challenge met an exciting surprise.
At the end of the Warzone game and following a video clip, players were tossed around outside the stadium with 1 minute to run inside. Players lost their weapons too so that they focused on reaching the stadium. After that, the official trailer dropped in-game and across social media.
Treyarch and Raven Software developed this title together with the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War release date set for Friday, November 13. The title will be available on all platforms and is cross-compatible so everyone can play together. Those who pre-order the game can play early in the open beta on PS4. Making a name for themselves with a successful trailer reveal, the new CoD title is off to a strong start.
Written by Justin Amin