Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War gets new trailer, multiplayer reveal next month
We now know Call of Duty Cold War is officially real, and what's better – we now have a proper reveal trailer to show it all off.
Earlier this week, we saw a big new patch arrive in Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone that spilled the beans about a lot of information about 2020's CoD game.
And now publisher Activision and developer Treyarch have made that information official.
"Return to one of the most thrilling and unforgettable video game series of all time in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War," reads an Activision press release.
"Set in the early ‘80s at the height of the Cold War, this is the direct sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops, the original phenomenon that started it all."
Check out the new trailer below.
"It’s 1981 and a global threat is looming at the height of the Cold War. As the world rests on the brink of nuclear conflict, a newly-formed team of CIA operatives will engage in a series of deniable operations and covert spycraft to prevent an unimaginable disaster," continues the press release.
"The single-player Campaign experience led by Raven Software arms players with an array of badass munitions, including fan-favorite classic firearms and prototypical weaponry from the Cold War era. The race is on to discover the truth and battle through mindbending twists and turns that only Black Ops can deliver.
Black Ops Cold War also features:
· Cross-play and cross-generation support: The entire community across PlayStation (PS4, PS5), Xbox (Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox Series X) and PC (Battle.net) can party up and play together.
· Massive calendar of free, post-launch content, including Multiplayer maps and modes.
· Battle Pass system to unlock post-launch content with unified progression across both Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: Warzone. Unlock items like base weapons, customization items and more simply by playing the game.
A multiplayer reveal for the game is set to take place on September 9.
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