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Treyarch Teasing Call of Duty 2020 With New Twitter Cover Photo

Treyarch Teasing Call of Duty 2020 With New Twitter Cover Photo Image
  • Posted on 12th Nov, 2022 07:40 AM

As Call of Duty fans open crates sent out by Activision, Black Ops developer Treyarch provides a hint to solve the puzzles via social media.

p>As Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare continues to receive updates, it appears Call of Duty 2020 may be announced at any time. Call of Duty 2020 is being developed by Treyarch and Raven Software, the studio that helped create Call of Duty: Warzone with Infinity Ward, and teasers for the upcoming title have been appearing all throughout the free-to-play battle royale.

These Call of Duty: Warzone teasers have been coded messages in Russian, and other similar hints toward Call of Duty 2020's supposed Cold War setting — in fact, the game is believed to be called Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Today, Treyarch began hinting at the relevance of a fan-favorite Black Ops map, Summit, by changing its official banner photo on Twitter into a picture of a misty mountain range.

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It is currently unclear whether this image is implying Summit will have a greater significance in Call of Duty 2020, or even if it means the map will return for that upcoming title. However, last week Activision sent out mysterious crates to its Call of Duty partners, and now that they have officially been opened it seems the reference to Summit is actually a clue for solving the puzzle inside.

Within each crate is a 1950s-era slide projector. Call of Duty news site Charlie Intel reported over Twitter that it received 10 slides to examine, while other content creators have gotten different sets. Over the last few hours, it was found that the Summit map in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was updated and now displays images corresponding with alphabet ciphers, thus providing coded messages like "TURN," "ELEVATOR," and "WHEN."

window.arrayOfEmbeds["1292877107467636738"] = {'embedded_twitter' : '"<blockquote class=\"twitter-tweet\"><p lang=\"en\" dir=\"ltr\">As revealed by <a href=\"https:\/\/twitter.com\/NoahJ456?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw\">@NoahJ456<\/a>, overlaying one of the slides over the actual screen in Summit circles the letters W H E N <a href=\"https:\/\/t.co\/8Rd7Vz93ys\">pic.twitter.com\/8Rd7Vz93ys<\/a><\/p>&mdash; CharlieIntel (@charlieINTEL) <a href=\"https:\/\/twitter.com\/charlieINTEL\/status\/1292877107467636738?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw\">August 10, 2020<\/a><\/blockquote>\n\n"'};

While those words are the most recent discoveries made via the projector slides as of this writing, according to Charlie Intel's Twitter feed, the crates have offered fans a lot more to dig through. With different content creators receiving unique slides, Call of Duty 2020 crates have hinted at its time period, possible maps, and more.

During its recent quarterly financial report, Activision executives implied that Call of Duty 2020 will be revealed through Call of Duty: Warzone, but the real-world treasure hunt that fans of the series have been sent on is fun to watch all the same. A recent leak suggests Black Ops Cold War will be revealed in Warzone's Gulag, but eager players will have to wait and see whether this comes to fruition.

Call of Duty 2020 is in development by Treyarch and Raven Software.

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Source: Charlie Intel

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