Call of Duty 2020 rumor reveals controversial features and details

A new report on Call of Duty 2020 appeared online today, revealing a host of alleged details about PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and the PC game thought to be called call of Duty Black Ops Cold War. Whether the report, which comes from the popular YouTuber Xclusive Ace, is true or not, only time will tell, but in the meantime, many Call of Duty fans are taking their various little things for granted, which in turn is causing quite a bit of drama within the COD community, as some of these tidbits range from controversial to totally unpopular.

For one thing, the report notes that there is currently no Prestige system in the game, something that players have been asking for en masse. Meanwhile, other details, such as the word of unlimited sprinting, thrashing, no Dead Silence and the return of automatic healing have worried some players about the game.

With that said, the game can’t please everyone Call of Duty fan. It is literally impossible. Additionally, the report conveys information on features and details that excited gamers, including news that the standard minimap is back after being phased out last year. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. In addition, the report also mentions other popular tidbits, such as nonspecialists and campaign news.

Of course, all these details should be taken with a grain of salt. Nothing here is official and subject to change. In fact, even if some of this data is true, it is quite possible that it will be changed at some point in the build to launch or later, which inevitably happens with every Call of Duty game as developers shape the experience based on fan feedback.

At the time of publication, neither Activision nor Treyarch have commented on the report, but they had the video revealing that it was removed, suggesting there may be something to the various claims.

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