Call of Duty 2020 Will Be a Reboot of Black Ops Set in the Cold War?

Call of Duty 2020

According to an alleged leak released by the Youtuber Long Sensation, the new chapter of Call of Duty arriving in 2020 could be a reboot of COD Black Ops set during the Cold War. If the rumor turns out to be true, the campaign would cover a 40-year narrative arc.

Last May, an anonymous source questioned by Jason Schreier of Kotaku had leaked an indiscretion in line with this new leak, declaring that the new chapter of Call of Duty coming in 2020 would be COD: Black Ops 5, with the team by Treyarch at the helm of development (instead of the Sledgehammer and Raven Software studies).

As you can see in the tweet reported at the bottom of the page, the Youtuber Long Sensation would have leaked another leak on Call of Duty 2020, stating that the upcoming chapter next year would be titled in two ways during development: COD: Black Ops 5 and COD: Black Ops, suggesting that the project could be a reboot of Black Ops.

LongSensation has also brought out new rumors about the Call of Duty 2020 campaign, stating that it should take place during the entire duration of the Cold War (covering a 40-year narrative arc), including the war fronts of Vietnam and Korea. Always according to the words of Youtuber, the game will be even more “raw and creepy” by Modern Warfare.

Since this is a simple leak with no official confirmation, we invite you to take the news with pliers waiting for more details. What do you hope to see in the next chapter of Call of Duty coming in 2020?