The next Call of Duty game has finally unveiled, and it’s going to be called: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
Naturally, because the title implies, it’ll happen during the conflict, when – following war II – the rivalry between us (plus its Western allies, including Britain) and For decades, the Soviet Union lasted and led the two superpowers to a nuclear catastrophe.
After months and months of rumours, Activision posted a teaser video announcing the title on Wednesday night (August 19), which you’ll watch above.
Even if the trailer – titled “Know Your History” – doesn’t feature real gameplay, it uses rather tense historical images of the realm to organize the events that are to be part of the game.
Activision has also confirmed that the all-important worldwide reveal for the sport will happen next Wednesday (August 26), so we should always have an honest few more details then.
But rumours suggest that decision of Duty: Black Ops conflict will release sometime in October or November while also introducing a replacement Call of Duty: Warzone map.
There’s no word yet on which consoles Black Ops conflict will launch on, but – again – we’ll little question determine more about its release next week.