Call of Duty 2020 Will Reportedly Return to the Black Ops Series

Ruben Fields
March 25, 2020

Previous reports had revealed this year's game would be a new Black Ops game from Treyarch, but this new report from The Gaming Revolution sheds more light on the game while also claiming a new, free-to-play Call of Duty will launch in 2021. The leaker is back now with more Activision information, though this time regarding the upcoming Call of Duty.

You can find the Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee rating for Modern Warfare 2 Remastered here.

Multiplayer DLC will reportedly be free, as it is with Modern Warfare, but a Zombies season pass is being considered.

The campaign is reportedly taking place during the events of the Vietnam and Cold Wars, and will see the story unfold from various different perspectives. Whether we'll get a full trilogy remaster in the next couple of years remains to be seen, but it would be nice having Modern Warfare 3 overhauled too.

Xbox Live is undergoing "unprecedented demand" as a result of the pandemic
With that goal, Microsoft says that they are monitoring the performance of their services in order to accommodate "the increased demand".

One ostensible difference is that health regeneration will not return to Black Ops - you'll need to use a stim shot to recover from injuries. He will also livestream a play session of Black Ops 1 and states that he'll be dropping behind-the-scenes (BTS) info as he plays.

For this year, Infinity ward & Activision has added a new Battle Royale game, Warzone, to Modern Warfare which crossed 15 million players mark in just a matter of a week. Health will allegedly no longer regenerate automatically.

Killstreaks will include UAV, counter UAV, a dog-based one, a flamethrower, and a bomber plane which destroys any other sky-based streaks.

Of course, it can't be a Black Ops game without zombies. Tranzit, the classic Black Ops II map could be returning - although this detail is less certain.

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