Call of Duty 2020 which is rumoured to be named Black Ops could be announced in early to mid-July 2020, according to reliable industry insider Tom Henderson, who accurately revealed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare info.
Rumours about this year's Call of Duty game have been surfacing online in the last couple of months, revealing the game's setting and story details. Earlier this week, a new leak revealed what looks like an official logo for the new title, which is apparently Call of Duty Black Ops , set during the Cold War era.
And while many expected to see the game at last night's PS5 reveal event, no Call of Duty was present at the show, which means we will have to wait a bit longer to see the new game. According to industry insider Tom Henderson, the announcement could happen sometime next month.
"Black Ops reveal is looking like beginning - mid July," Henderson tweeted.
Call of Duty fans will certainly be excited to hear this but Henderson tweeted a couple of new details about the development, which do not sound good to say the least. The insider claims that his sources told him about development issues and that he is currently unsure whether the game may arrive on time.
"Over and over again I've heard the game is in a mess, despite claims it's 'on track'. I reported about 4-5 months ago that is isn't where it needs to be. I'm 50/50 on if the game will be delayed," he explained.
Reliable journalist Jason Schreier also stated that it may take a while before we see Call of Duty 2020 which suggests that the game indeed has hit some obstacles in development.
Last year, Schreier reported that Activision put Treyarch in charge of Call of Duty 2020 while Raven and Sledgehammer will serve as support studios.