Upcoming Call of Duty version leaked by Doritos

Upcoming Call of Duty version leaked by Doritos

The snack maker may have inadvertently given away details printed on a bag of chips

For the last couple of days, pictures of a new bag of Doritos have been circulating on different social media sites and, by the looks of it, the bag might have spoiled the next release of a Call of Duty (COD) video game. The pictures were shared by The Gaming Revolution, Call of Duty News and Windows Central, and they included a new COD game title: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
This version is one that has been long rumored, yet about which nobody knew anything, but this event might have confirmed a pending release.

“These are the two Doritos Double XP promotional images that I was DM’d earlier from an anonymous source for Call of Duty 2020 Black Ops Cold War. I was too worried about copyright issues to post them earlier but since CharlieIntel shared them I (assume?) they’re safe,” wrote The Gaming Revolution in a tweet. The bag contains some promotional offers for players to take advantage of, offering a possibility of winning game-related prizes with every bag that is opened.

According to the rumors, the title of this video game could be either “Call Of Duty: Black Ops” or “Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.” Further details about the release date and any other information are still unclear and with no expectations of getting further information since this year’s E3 was canceled due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. However, a few leaks out there might suggest that the game will be all about the Vietnam War, and mostly focused on the fight between the Viet Cong, South Vietnam and the US, according to Engadget.

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