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The next Call of Duty is a Black Ops reboot set during the Vietnam War

According to the latest rumours, the next Call of Duty is a Black Ops reboot set during the Vietnam War. Apparently, the game will focus on real-life events with a brutal and gritty singleplayer campaign.Call of Duty 2020 development has been pretty rocky according to some earlier reports. Apparently, the game was developed by Raven Software and Sledgehammer Games but Activision decided to put Treyarch in charge, despite their work on Black Ops 4 in 2018.

Earlier rumours suggested that the game is going back to the Cold War era with some missions set during the Vietnam War but the latest leaks suggest that Call of Duty 2020 will strongly focus on the latter setting.According to a reliable Call of Duty leaker TheGamingRevolution , the next Call of Duty will be based on real-life events from the Vietnam War and will be even more realistic and brutal than 2019' Modern Warfare.On top of this, the leaker claims that the game will probably be named Black Ops, marking a reboot for the series but other names like Black Ops V or Black Operations remain a small possibility.

Today, a report in the New York Times – from industry insider Jason Schreier, formerly of Kotaku – suggests that Call of Duty is still on track for release in 2020, despite potential delays due to COVID-19. While this aside is not directly connected to Call of Duty, the report indicates that many developers and publishers are choosing to “cut scope rather than delay their games”. In addition, Cheap Call of Duty Points Modern Warfare is on hot sale at our website 5mmo.com.

In fact, previous reports have indicated that Call of Duty 2020 will be announced next month, though the game itself may see a delay. If Call of Duty 2020 is delayed out of this year, it would be the first time that a main series Call of Duty game didn't release since Call of Duty 2 launched in 2005.

There's a lot of uncertainty when it comes to Call of Duty 2020. Activision won't even confirm its developer, though it's generally believed to be Treyarch at the helm. Considering this, hopefully some things are cleared up sooner rather than later so fans can stop speculating about what's next for the long-running first-person shooter franchise.

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