Call of Duty, NBA 2K20 Add In-Game Black Lives Matter Tributes

Joanna Estrada
June 6, 2020

Infinity Ward is taking some heat for not having these measure in place right from the start: Vlambeer co-founder Rami Ismail, for instance, said the changes came "way too late" and that the timing seems "a little cynical", although he added that they're still good moves to make overall.

The current rumours suggest that Call of Duty 2020 will take the form of a new game in the Black Ops series.

As you can see from the footage below, the fast-paced gunplay is intact, but the game world is far from finished in the pre-Alpha build. However, sleuths have still been able to ascertain key information from the footage. Footage of the upcoming first-person shooter has now leaked, showcasing snippets of gameplay, yet revealing a lot about what fans can expect from Treyarch's 2020 offering. There is no other record of this long video existing, and Oog has since deleted his Twitter account.

The clip is roughly two minutes in length and features a player traversing a barren map. The final version of the map will likely look very different from this version as it is still being developed.

Of course gameplay leaking out shouldn't be that surprising given Activision themselves confirmed that the game was already being playtested as early as February of this year. Call of Duty titles are traditionally announced in April or May, but due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the announcement has been delayed.

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