Rumor: New Call of Duty title is called Black Ops Cold War

The new title in the Call of Duty series will have Black Ops Cold War as its subtitle. At least that is what the Twitter account Okami says, where information about the game series has been posted more often early on, which later turned out to be correct.

It message from Okami is accompanied by cover art that was probably created or modified by himself and is therefore not an official image. It is not clear what the source of Okami’s information is, but TheGamingRevolution, among others, confirms the information in a video, in which he states that he has heard the same. Eurogamer also reports that the new game will be called Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War; the website says it is basing that on its own sources. Both okami As TheGamingRevolution previously correctly predicted the release of Warzone, the March 10 battle royale part of last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Treyarch is responsible for the development of the game. That studio is also the creator of the previous four Black Ops games. There is still little concrete information about the new title and a release date is still unknown. Judging by the name, the historical setting of the Cold War will be central, although that period spans about 45 years and all kinds of tensions, events and battles are grouped under that name. It means that all kinds of historical events can be part of the game. TheGamingRevolution suggested in an earlier video that the Vietnam War might play a role, though that was quite speculative.

That the Cold War is central to the new Call of Duty title also seems to be confirmed by teasers that Infinity Ward has now released in Warzone. A bunker on the Verdansk map, which was previously sealed, turned out to be via a drone accessible. The bunker turned out to be a nuclear warhead and a model of the US Lockheed U-2 spy plane, which was used during most of the Cold War and operated from great heights.

Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode.