Call Of Duty 2020 Teased In Warzone Mid-Game, Fueling Announcement Hype – Screen Rant

Call of Duty 2020 was teased in Call of Duty: Warzone mid-game, fueling the hype percolating around a potential announcement. Warzone’s fifth season commenced on August 5, 2020 and had its first mystery in the form of Stadium Access Cards less than 24 hours after its launch. True to Call of Duty tradition, the new season kicked off with new maps, modes, and more, including the new Season 5 Battle Pass that dares players to spend more to get more.

Call of Duty 2020 has been the subject of many rumors, but Activision has confirmed the game’s campaign will connect to Warzone as much as it does Modern Warfare. Speculation and leaks point to the next game in the franchise being Black Ops Cold War, though, this title has not been confirmed by Activision or the game’s confirmed co-developers, Treyarch and Raven Software. The major leak as to the game’s title was put out by Doritos.

Related: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Officially Confirmed To Launch In 2020

In a video shared on Twitter by NutterButterAF, Call of Duty 2020 was teased in Warzone mid-game, further fueling the hype surrounding a potential announcement. The quick video shows the player driving through the map, over roads and other terrain, when the screen flashes with a rapid, unknown image. The driver stops the vehicle, indicating a moment of contemplation as to what happened and what it meant. The consensus is a Call of Duty 2020 teaser. Fans can view the video below.

The Call of Duty franchise takes place in multiple eras, from World War II to more futuristic periods (Infinite Warfare). The series has one of the most dedicated communities in the first-person shooter genre, though, there is a lot of conflict between Call of Duty and Battlefield fans when it comes to arcade versus realistic gameplay. Both franchises, however, offer more grounded experiences compared to more cartoonish series such as Fortnite or Overwatch. The biggest mistake Activision made with the Call of Duty franchise, however, was foregoing a campaign in Black Ops 4 in favor of capitalizing on the battle royale genre. Battle royale wasn’t the problem, not having a campaign was.

While the franchise’s multiplayer is its most popular feature, campaigns have been a tradition that doesn’t deserve breaking. Many gamers enjoy war stories, fictional or otherwise, and some even use campaigns to get acquainted with the game’s controls and mechanics. While gameplay is largely similar across the franchise, nuanced changes are sometimes implemented and require minute adjustments from fans. Luckily, it appears Call of Duty 2020 will have a campaign given Activision has stated it will connect to both Warzone and Modern Warfare. So, story fans can rest easy.

Next: Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War Rumors Explained

Call of Duty: Warzone is available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Source: NutterButterAF

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