CoD leaker claims Call of Duty 2020 name to be ‘Classified’, but there is no confirmation from Activision yet.
In the recent years we have seen a couple of new CoD titles making their way into the industry-Modern
Warfare from Infinity Ward, and Black Ops for Treyarch and Ghosts in 2013.
Now, the next big Call of duty title is supposed to release in 2020, and there were also many leaks for
the same, until now we were calling it “CoD 2020”, but a recent leak reveals that there is another name
for the next title.
Call of Duty 2020 name Leaked?
The name that we are acknowledging is very ‘common’ yet very vast, basically when gaming industries are
working on some secret project they often name it as ‘classified’ but it leaker claims that it is going to be
our next big CoD title original name.
The leaker is SunnyMatrix who posted the name on ‘Reddit’ under ‘unverified’ leak list.
The post reads as follows: “The following information is rumoured. It is in no way, shape, or form concrete.
It has been passed on to me from a source that is involved in primarily screenwriting for television and film
Call of Duty 2020 will either be called, ‘Call of Duty: Classified’ or ‘Call of Duty:
Black Ops.'” of course, that’s not confirmed.
The post also reveals some story details other than Call of Duty 2020 name, it mentions the assassination
of John F. Kennedy, the United States’ 35th President, as well as a mention of the Cold War, and more.
It also involves the name of some CIA Operatives Alex Mason, Frank Woods, and Jason Hudson – they
won’t be playable but they will play some important part in the story.
According to data it will also include missions to uncover “Soviet operations and human experimentation.”
We will have to wait some time until Activision officially confirms these details or the game releases itself,
as per CoD tradition games release during holidays, but there has been complete silence from the developers on Call of Duty 2020 project so we suggest you to take this leak with a pinch of salt until
everything is confirmed.
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