being Call of Duty one of the biggest franchises in the world, it’s inevitable that some details about their games will leak online. The latest Call of Duty leak is proof that while Treyarch’s next mainline game won’t arrive until 2024, fans can expect to hear about it frequently through leaks.
It is not the first time that information about the next game of black-ops on the net, as fans learned a little about what Treyarch is up to through a leak from last year. In this first information, fans received confirmation that Treyarch would be moving to the newer engine used in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Vanguard.
It seems that the factions will also finally reach CoD: Zombies, with the “skills” previously used by Specialists and which will supposedly return to the game’s multiplayer. Now, fans know what five maps from the upcoming game could look like. black-ops.
These images were shared by the Twitter user, @RealityUKwhose account has already been suspended, this well-known leaker within the community of Call of Duty, and ResetEra member vestan combined them in a post that you can see here. The most intriguing piece of information is that the game appears to be set in the Gulf War, as an F-117 appears in a map image, which matches the jump to 1990 that was announced in the Zombies Forsaken map.
In addition to the F-117, the Stealth map image shows a game space that appears to be centered around a large military hangar. Pillage shows a magnificent building with a large hole in the wall, with a war-torn city as the potential focus.
Sira is set around a large blue building, while Fishtown appears to have an island setting with a lighthouse that players can fight on. Lastly, there’s Hydro, which features a large river, possibly confirming that the swimming mechanics of Call of Duty To return to.
The leak even includes the key art of the rumored DMZ mode from Call of Duty, although there is little to see, as fans only see a soldier looking behind them. Still, these leaks will have Call of Duty fans talking for weeks to come.