A large number of fans believe that this year’s Call of Duty game will be very similar to the Black Ops title, even though the developer hasn’t confirmed anything yet.
The three-team creation cycle that the last eight years allowed us to see appears to be breaking apart at Activision, and last year Kotaku released a report that said there would be a significant change for this year’s launch.
“Next year’s Call of Duty has gone through a major upheaval, as publisher Activision informed developers this week that studios Raven and Sledgehammer, which had until now led the project, will no longer be in charge,” wrote popular source-securer Jason Schrier for the website.
“Instead, according to three people familiar with goings-on at the companies, Treyarch will lead development on a new Black Ops for 2020.”
We just recently saw a Treyarch title launch in 2018, so these speculations have made a lot of people reconsider what they might expect for this year, but this now appears to be the most probable scenario for 2020’s launch in the series.
No Jetpacks in Call of Duty 2020
Even though we know almost nothing about what this title may incorporate, Treyarch’s game design director David Vonderhaar has detailed not long ago what it will not feature, under no circumstance: jetpacks.
The polemical traversal devices will not show up in this next game, and this was extracted from a weird Twitter exchange between Vonderhaar and his followers.
The game design director uploaded Massive Attack’s “Girl I Love You” and people believed that he was teasing Call of Duty news, for some unknown reason. A Twitter user with the name of @PPerseting replied to the representative’s tweet with an incredibly volubly put ‘you butter have jetpacks in the next cod.’ Vonderhaar responded to the message with a simple ‘NO.’