Massive Call Of Duty 2020 leak confirms swimming and scorestreaks
A number of Call Of Duty 2020 details have supposedly been leaked on YouTube, but there’s still no sign of a release date.
The new Call Of Duty game for this year is still fully expected to happen, despite no official details coming from Activision.
So far, most, if not all, of the information we have on the game comes from leaks and rumours, with the main one being that it will be a new entry in the Black Ops series.
Now, a rather large amount of new details has seemingly been leaked, courtesy of a video from Call Of Duty YouTuber called TheXclusiveAce.
The video has since been set to private, making it unwatchable, which suggests that their info is likely accurate, and Activision is attempting to prevent it from spreading.
However, as you’d imagine, the info within the video has already been compiled and listed on Reddit.
Some of the details are things we have already heard, such as it being set during the Cold War, having a zombie mode, and featuring some sort of connection to Activision’s battle royale game Warzone, which is something Activision itself has confirmed.
There is plenty of new stuff, though. According to the list, the game is aiming to release by the end of September but could be pushed back to early November at the latest.
One big addition is that swimming will be a returning mechanic, which also confirms that water will be returning to multiplayer maps. In fact, a new Warzone map apparently has a big lake in the middle of it and is set in the snowy regions of Russia, with six other maps also being described.
The game also appears to be getting rid of some things, like interactable doors for multiplayer, though they will stay for Warzone.
Even the multiplayer has had several of its details be broken down. For example, killstreaks will be replaced with scorestreaks, where players can continue their streak not just by landing kills but by completing certain objectives.
For the time being, it’s important to take all this with a grain of salt, as it’s always possible that the information being shared is false, but Activision don’t have much longer to announce and release the game.
Email [email protected], leave a comment below, and follow us on Twitter.
Follow Metro Gaming on Twitter and email us at [email protected]
For more stories like this, check our Gaming page.
Source: Read Full Article