Call of Duty 2020 May Not Be Black Ops

Development May Have Shifted on Call of Duty 2020

According to the well known Call of Duty leaker, TheGamingRevolution, Call of Duty 2020 will no longer be an installment in the Black Ops series. Call of Duty 2020 was originally rumored as a Black Ops reboot akin to Modern Warfare rebooting the respective series. Apparently, development on Call of Duty 2020 has shifted and although it is rumored to be set in Vietnam, it may not include Black Ops in the title. TheGamingRevolution has gotten many leaks correct over the years regarding to Call of Duty and other Activision titles but as usual, take this rumor with a grain of salt. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC now, with crossplay enabled between the platforms.

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While TheGamingRevolution was previously saying Call of Duty 2020 is a Black Ops reboot, apparently a few of the developers have informed him that Black Ops won’t necessarily be in the title. While it may be tied to the Black Ops universe in some way, it will apparently feature an alternative version of the Vietnam word. We aren’t sure what to expect from Call of Duty 2020, we hope that if it’s set in Vietnam there are references to Alex Mason and the numbers.

“It is apparently still a Black Ops game, however its just not going to be called Black Ops,” said TheGamingRevolution. “This year’s Call of Duty is not called Black Ops and it is instead called something else, however it’s still to do with Black Ops… this is four separate sources who have told me this now and I even reached out to someone else who said that they have heard similar things but they didn’t believe it, so it’s starting to look like this is the case.”

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Source: wccftech