Here is everything we know about Call of Duty 2020 – one of the most anticipated games geeks are looking forward to. We are in the first half quarter of 2020 and the upcoming Call of Duty is arguably a way off but the good news is that its release has been confirmed by Activision. Most probably, the game will but out anytime during the last quarter of 2020.
Is ‘Call of Duty 2020’ Official Release Date Out?
At the moment, there are only rumors about the exact release date of Call of Duty 2020 but no official announcement has been made so far. Official announcement only confirmed the release in 2020 and we can anticipate that it is going to be out after Modern Warfare and Black Ops 4. We will have to wait for the official announcement which may toss up anytime.
‘Call of Duty 2020’ Settings
A rumor circulated before the release of Modern Warfare according to which Call of Duty 2020 could be titled Black Ops 5 and there still is a possibility that the developers might come up with a title Call of Duty: Black Ops 5. As per the anticipations, Call of Duty 2020 is going to be the scenario of the Cold War featuring Korea and Vietnam settings. The 1950 Korean War featured the North Korean invasion over South Korea. These speculations are mainly based on some insider leaks and if it happens to be true, we are in for a magnificent treat!
It will surely be interesting to witness how the plot of Call of Duty 2020 moves forward and whether it will be an international help involved, as was the case during the real war or if the developers manipulate the facts with some fascinating actions on the battlefield.
We can easily anticipate that the Call of Duty version of the Korean War is going to be an intense affair, even grittier than Modern Warfare. There could well be an uprise against such a controversial plot featuring the Korean War and it will be interesting to see how developers deal with it.
Treyarch’s Game Design Director David Vondeerhaar claimed through a tweet in January that Jetpacks will not feature Call of Duty 2020 due the community backlash – a lesson learned from Black Ops 3. Later, in another tweet, Vondeerhaar seemed to be stepping back by saying that he didn’t confirm it but his tweet really did contain the sense of absolute certainty. What’s the truth? Only time will tell! But we can say that if the game is really featuring Korean War then Jetpacks are less likely to feature Call of Duty 2020.
What’s the News about Call of Duty 2020 Single-Player?
If you are a veteran responder to Call of Duty campaigns especially since Call of Duty 4, you might not have liked the discontinuation of the conventional single-player mode for Black Ops 4. But the good news is that the developers seem to have learned a lesson after the successful Modern Warfare in 2019 and it will surely be disappointing if Call of Duty 2020 goes begging for a single-player mode.
What’s The News about Call of Duty 2020 Zombies Mode?
Since Call of Duty 3, there has not been an upgrade without a Zombie mode. We can easily assume with almost certainty that Call of Duty 2020 will have a Zombies mode. For the last few projects, Jason Blundell has served as the Zombies Gameplay Director and there are strong chances that we are once more going to witness a Call of Duty Zombies Mode.
Any News about Call of Duty League 2020?
As long as the league play or ranked mode for Call of Duty 2020 is concerned, there has been no official word but I am pretty much sure that Treyarch will not disappoint because it has been a popular name for developing league play compatible games. Modern Warfare though doesn’t feature the ranked mode up till now. Fingers crossed! Let’s hope that Call of Duty 2020 brings the best out of its developers.
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