Activision, Raven, and Treyarch, the developer of the CoD Black Ops game, have revealed the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Black Ops Cold War is a direct sequel to the original Black Ops gameplay of Call of Duty. Stephanie Glover from Activision revealed the news of its launch on the PlayStation Blog. The CoD game will launch on November 13, 2020, for PlayStation 4. The new game will launch on PS5 in late 2020, says Stephanie.
CoD: Black Ops Cold War will launch on November 13 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The gameplay begins in the early 1980s, where you uncover the conspiracy of Perseus, who wants to destabilize the world.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Gameplay
The single-player campaign starts in 1981 during the Cold War era, which takes you from place to place, ranging from East Berlin and Moscow to Turkey and Vietnam. You’ll join the same old CIA operatives Jason Hudson, Alex Mason, and Frank Woods in the world of covert operations with weaponry.
The Call of Duty gameplay begins with a threat of nuclear war after decades of conspiracies. It starts from where the first Black Ops left off. The characters engage in combat operations with the same old friends and some new allies.
Expectations for PS5 and Xbox Series X
Currently, there are no specific dates on the arrival of CoD: Black Ops Cold War for the most popular gaming consoles such as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X systems. They are only hinted to launch later this year, during the holiday season of 2020. So all the passionate gamer may have to wait for sometime after the game first launches for PS4 and Xbox One.
Fun fact is that it will be the first CoD game that would run on both gaming consoles. In new systems like PS5 and Xbox Series X, there is a possibility that the game would get 4K support and faster loading times.
Well, while we may have to wait for the CoD game on PS5 and Xbox Series X systems, until then, we can enjoy Call of Duty on older systems, starting November 13.