Call Of Duty: Warzone set to add new material for gamers

Ruben Fields
August 10, 2020

This rumour was sparked after influencers on Thursday August 6 received an eye-catching package from Activision. It is thought that this message that the players encounter in the game may be the introduction of the new Call of Duty game. The insider took to Twitter and posted a photo of what appeared to be a wooden crate, a padlock and a series of numbers on one of the planks.

Although there is no indicator as to whether or not there will be far more hints of Simply call of Responsibility 2020 in Warzone, Activision did send a locked crate to associates of the push, saying it need to not be opened right up until August 10 at 9am ET/12pm ET/5pm ET.

According to a post by VGC, the date and time that CharlieIntel highlighted is not for a full reveal of Call of Duty 2020.

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