A section of multiplayer gameplay from the upcoming Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has been leaked online. Despite the worldwide reveal promising a September 9 premiere date, a visual preview of what’s to come from the Treyarch/Raven production is now live.

Shared on Reddit, the early alpha gameplay gives us a 6v6 match in the streets of a rather lush Miami. The objective of the match is to protect a VIP until they can be extracted. According to Modern Warzone, the multiplayer mode will see the return of scorestreaks, five custom and default classes. While six perks at a time are possible, the notes cite an absence of doors and tactical sprint.

It's fair to say that the developers behind the highly-popular shooter series are not having the best of luck with leaks. Last week, in an altogether separate leak, details emerged suggesting that the beta for Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War would begin on October 8, allowing those who pre-order the digital edition access to the Open Beta, which will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4. 

Leaks concerning the game’s official release and multiplayer launch all came true.

Full 6 minute gameplay of Cold war from blackopscoldwar

Last week's gamescom Opening Night Live showcased a short cinematic for Black Ops: Cold War. The briefing covers a timeline of Perseus' movements, from stolen information connected to the Manhattan Project, an attempt to steal a nuclear weapon, and most recently, the intelligence of an imminent attack on the West.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is due for release on November 13, 2020. A worldwide multiplayer event is scheduled for September 9. Black Ops Cold War is set in 1981 and features iconic characters, including Woods and Mason. Black Ops Cold War serves as a direct sequel to 2010’s Black Ops, but fills the gaps between the first and second game.