Huge Call Of Duty 2020 Leak Points To Black Ops Reboot

Ceria Alfonso
Agosto 13, 2019

But, over on Activision's official game blog, the developers confirmed that players will be able to edit their class during online matches by saying the following. Everybody scoffed at it when we first said we wanted to put it in, but it feels so good when you quickly change to a different attachment depending on the situation.

With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare going back to its roots in order to deliver something new, some might be wondering whether this meant that some of the newer features might be pulled; namely, bots and custom games.

Following on from Kotaku's report earlier in the year, which claimed that development duties on the project had shifted from Sledgehammer and Raven to Treyarch, who weren't expected to release a new game until 2021, a new rumour on social media has corroborated this information and elaborated on what the studio is working on.

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While there aren't any immediate plans for a sequel to Infinite Warfare, there are plans in place to do a CoD: IW 2 at some point down the line. Honestly, it's looking pretty great, and definitely reminds us of spending endless hours in the original Modern Warfare.

When Call of Duty: Modern Warfare launches on October 25, it'll have no shortage of things to do in the game. In another Reddit thread, Infinity Ward has now confirmed that Modern Warfare Realism mode is a modifier players can turn whenever they wish. And, given the fact that players can now edit their classes in-game, taking part in online matches will be more satisfying and fun than ever before.

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