Earlier this week, it was finally confirmed that the next Call of Duty would be titled Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, following months of rumours and speculation about the game.
And now, Activision has given us an updated look at the key art for Black Ops Cold War, which you can see above. It's accompanied with the tagline, "time is ticking, the danger is real."
A full reveal for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is promised for next week on Wednesday, August 26th, and will take place inside Call of Duty: Warzone. We're assuming this one is coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X (hopefully later this year), but there's no platform or release date info as of yet.
What are your thoughts on the key art for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War? Let us know below
“The communist symbol and assets has been made exclusive to playstation.” (jk)
I guess Activision’s partnership has ended.
Looking forward to this Call Of Duty, Hopefully it isn't 200 gb like Modern Warfare..
I’ve never been a fan of Treyarch’s entries since I played the glitchy mess that was COD 3.
I know everyone loves the early Black Ops games, but I usually just stick with Infinity Ward’s ones. Sledgehammer got the axe after only two games.
I'm definitely keen to see how this looks if it's going back to the Cold War, even if I've always found Treyarch's games to be highly overrated - Black Ops is nowhere near the best COD.
@KelticDevil I use to like Infinity Ward's CoD games, till they all left and Activision filled Infinity Ward with Neversoft employees.
That is a good point. IW has changed so much that it’s barely the same company now. But, other than Ghosts, they seem to usually deliver a good/great campaign. And I’m one of those people that plays COD for the single player.
I completely agree. I still rank COD 4: MW at the top. That game was frickin awesome. “All Gillied Up” is still my favorite COD mission ever.
Not too mention the “Wow! Wtf?!!” moments before every COD game had to try to copy or top those moments.
@KelticDevil it's not the same company. During the development of MW3 the founders and most of the studio left and went on to create Respawn. Sledgehammer went on to finish MW3 and in 2014 Activision merged Neversoft into IW.
As far as games go I don't care for IW games after MW2. Ghosts maps where designed with snipers in mind, I don't like my CoD game Sci-fi so I didn't touch Infinite Warfare and MW2019 is a joke.
I know the whole IW story about the founders & all. But I still like giving the new people a chance. And, like I said, I only play for the single player anyways. I can’t stand the multiplayer at this point.
It’s mostly bc I get wrecked when I go on there bc I don’t put much time into it. It’s similar to Halo for me. I go on Halo competitive multiplayer & just get destroyed. But I still love Halo’s campaigns. Well.....other than 5, of course. Lol.
@KelticDevil Absolutely. COD4 was a game changer, boasting brilliant design and packed with more iconic moments than every COD combined since. I can't ever see it being surpassed as the series' pinnacle, which is why I'm always baffled when people proclaim Black Ops to be the best COD. To each their own, I guess.
@Tasuki Do you not like sci-fi overall or just in COD, because Titanfall 2 was pretty good.
@TimG13 I like Sci-fi. But when I play CoD it's cause I want to play a modern or historical shooter. If I want to play Sci-fi I will play Battlefront or Titanfall. I know it's odd but what can I say.
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