The new “Call of Duty” will not have Battle Royale mode. “Call of Duty” recently ventured into Battle Royale mode but apparently they want to go back to their beginnings.
Supposedly called “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” , “Call of Duty 2020” won’t have a Battle Royale mode , or at least that’s what a new report on the game claims.
According to the report, because “Call of Duty 2020” will not have its own Battle Royale, “Call of Duty: Warzone” will be integrated into the installation and will likely be accessible from the game menu for anyone who has already downloaded it on their consoles.
The current plan is for Warzone to be somehow integrated into CoD 2020. It’s likely that Warzone will be accessible via the CoD 2020 menu. This is because CoD 2020 will not have its own Battle Royale mode.
— Tom Henderson (@_TomHenderson_) May 19, 2020
The report comes in the form of prominent “Call of Duty” connoisseur Tom Henderson , formerly known as Long Sensation on Twitter before Activision deleted his account.
Henderson has not only proven trustworthy in the past with various leaks from Warzone and Modern Warfare, but also aligns with what was heard about the game. Also, it now makes sense why Infinity Ward, Raven Software, and Activision plan to support Warzone for years to come.
Interestingly, Henderson also recently revealed a variety of classic maps of “Black Ops” which, reportedly, are returning through the multiplayer game, and yes, Nuketown is one of them.
Such information should be taken lightly as it is subject to change, with that said, luckily we won’t have to settle for rumors for much longer . The next installment in the series will be revealed soon, and may even appear at the PS5 event on June 4 .