The next installment of the Call of Duty franchise launches on November 13.
While the official Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War multiplayer reveal is set for September 8, it seems Activision is having content creators jump in and record footage ahead of the reveal, which is standard practice for most games. Fans now get an early preview of it showing some very promising gameplay.More news: US job growth loses speed as fiscal stimulus ebbs
Interestingly, things like tactical sprint and mounting appear to have been removed, although the footage is from an Alpha build of the game. The video, which was "accidentally" streamed on Twitch is being actively scrubbed by Activision but Reddit has a copy up, in case you're curious.
Tennis Ball: "Great show of "gameplay", you can't tell". Arguably the main reason to pick up a Call of Duty title, Black Ops Cold War's success rides on its multiplayer mode, so when are we going to see it? Vonderhaar has obviously seen the gameplay that was leaked across the internet and he wants the community to know that the footage barely scratches the surface of what Activision and Black Ops Cold War's developers have in store for the multiplayer reveal.More news: Mackenzie Scott Became the World's Richest Woman
"In this sequel to the original Call of Duty: Black Ops, players encounter historic figures and learn hard truths as they battle around the globe through iconic locales like East Berlin, Turkey, Vietnam, Soviet-era Moscow, and more".
Similar to Modern Warfare, post-release DLC will also be available free of charge.More news: Covid-19: Five new cases, total in NZ now 116