Rumour: Black Ops Cold War will support even after new Call of Duty is released

Insider Tom Henderson, whose details of Grand Theft Auto VI were recently confirmed by Bloomberg and VGC journalists, shared fresh details about the future of Call of Duty. According to his data, Treyarch will continue to actively support Black Ops Cold War with new content even after the release of the next Call of Duty. There are two reasons for this: Cold War has exceeded expectations for dopcontent revenue Activision doubts Vanguard from Sledgehammer.

Many Cold War cards are drawn from Black Ops 2, because Treyarchs next Call of Duty will resemble it, apparently a short future awaits us. At least remakes of Slums, Yemen and Plaza are expected among the new maps, according to the blogger.

Call of Duty: Vanguard is due to announce in late summer via Call of Duty: Warzone. The shooter will return to World War II, and the map for the battle royal is due to be updated at the same time as its release in November.

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