We already have it between us. Although a few days ago Activision announced the name and setting of its new shooter, ‘ Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War ‘, it was not until today that the studio has unveiled its first official trailer with in-game images and its release date. launching. And there is not much left to hit the market, as the new ‘Call of Duty’ will arrive on PS4, Xbox One and PC next Friday , November 13 .
As they indicated with the premiere of the first trailer a few days ago, the new game, developed by Treyarch and Raven, will be set in the Cold War . In fact, it will be a direct sequel to ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’. The game will feature a campaign mode in which we will go through stages in East Berlin, Vietnam and Turkey, as well as the headquarters of the Soviet KGB. The zombies are also back , which will have its own dedicated mode.
During the game we will see some familiar faces, such as Woods, Madson and Hudson, and we will be able to access a whole arsenal of weapons from the Cold War. On the gameplay, the game aims to stay true to its roots , but there is not much more information at the moment. To know the news of the multiplayer mode, and perhaps the first gameplay, we will have to wait a little longer, until September 9 .
As for the story, the game will have different endings depending on the decisions we make. In addition, it will be the first ‘Call of Duty‘ that will allow us to customize our character before starting, so we can choose the gender, identity, history, etc.
Call of Duty: Multiple editions, not all for the next-gen
The new ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War’ will arrive on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC in three editions: “Standard” (59.99 euros), “Cross-Gen” (74 , 99 euros) and “Ultimate” (89.99 euros). Only the last two include the version for the current and next generation, meaning that those users who buy the “Cross-Gen” and “Ultimate” editions will be able to access the version of PS5 and Xbox Series X when they come out. On PC it will be exclusive to Battle.net.
The “Standard” edition includes the base game. The “Cross-Gen” edition includes the base game, the upgrade to the next generation version, and the Showdown Weapons Pack. The “Ultimate” edition, meanwhile, includes the base game, the upgrade to the next generation version, nine cosmetic items, the Battle Pass, and the Confrontation weapons pack. Players who pre-order will be able to access the pre-launch beta and additional content for ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’ and ‘Warzone’.
And speaking of pre-reservations, whatever the platform, ‘the game’ can now be reserved from the following links. The “Cross-Gen” edition is not available on PC, but you can only choose the “Standard” or “Ultimate”: