According to a source on Twitter, the next Call Of Duty title may be set in Vietnam. This is according to a Twitter post from Jason Schier, whose past predictions have proved correct.
A user on Twitter asked him, "Do you think/know if it's still going to be part of the Black Ops series then?"
I’m not a COD person so I don’t know anything about all the lore shenanigans or what it really means to be a Black Ops game, but one title I’ve heard thrown around a couple times is just “COD: Vietnam.” As far as I know it’s part of the Black ops series though? Not sure
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) April 21, 2020
On whether or not this potential Vietnam title would be based on the Black Ops series, Schier said, "As far as I know, it's part of the Black ops series though? Not sure"
If this information does prove to be accurate, the next title would be 'Call of Duty: Vietnam'. Only time will tell, but in the meantime, it's enough to excite the Call Of Duty communities all around the world. At this stage, this small nugget of information may be the only news we'll be receiving regarding a Vietnam installment, considering the impact of COVID-19.
With that in mind, Activision, Infinity Ward, and Treyarch have released a Call Of Duty game every year from 2005 to the present day. Whether or not this means a new game is coming in 2020 is yet to be revealed.
The previous installment in the Black Ops franchise was Black Ops 4, released in 2018.
An update from Infinity Ward will seek to tackle the problem of cheats in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone. Last month, more than 50,000 players were blocked from the online battle royale mode, according to the developer. Now, new measures are to be imposed.
Infinity Ward released a statement via Twitter about the measures, as seen below.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 22, 2020