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The leaks are continuing to pour in for Call of Duty 2020. Over the course of the last few days, we’ve seen numerous new pieces of information pop up. Last week, “The Red Door” made another appearance on the Xbox Live Store, which is reportedly the application for the game’s internal alpha. Along with that, the application is actually named “Black Ops CIA,” which further supports the theory that the game’s name has something to do with the Black Ops subseries. And just over the weekend, a new leak arose that gives more concrete details about the actual game.
Call of Duty Black Ops maps leaked?
Since The Red Door was accessible by just about anyone, leaks were bound to arise from it. Data-miners have been able to get into the application’s code and discover some juicy tidbits about the 2020 title.
Most notably, the miners found what seems to be a list of Campaign missions and multiplayer maps. The leaks are coming from @ModernWarzone, an account that has been extremely accurate with unknown information in the past. First, here’s the supposed list of Campaign missions in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2020:
- (side mission) tundra
- (side mission) takedown
#Cod2020 campaign missions
— DougDagnabbit (@dougdagnabbit) July 19, 2020
According to these leaks, it seems the rumored Cold War setting is accurate. The first two missions appear to take place in “nam” (Vietnam) and the rest are set in “rus” (Russia/Soviet Union). It’s unknown if the missions are in chronological order, but that would be a logical assumption to make.
Multiplayer maps possibly revealed
As for the multiplayer side of things, eight maps were leaked from The Red Door files. Although, these don’t appear to line up with leaks we’ve heard in the past. So like with all leaks, take this list of supposed Black Ops maps with a grain of salt.
- Black Sea
It is presumed that some, if not most of these map names are simply code names. Developer Treyarch is most likely still debating on the actual map names for Call of Duty 2020.
Lastly, there is a leak for Call of Duty: Warzone, which is reportedly moving from Modern Warfare to the 2020 title. In the files, four new Zone names could be found which seem to hint at map changes coming for the battle royale once the 2020 title releases.
- Ski Slopes
As of right now, there’s still no official information on COD 2020. However, whenever details do release, Daily Esports will have all of the coverage.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.