The multiplayer reveal is also seemingly coming on September 9th.
More details about Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War are revealed thanks to data-miners who went through the latest update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Interestingly, the legal terms for the Battle Pass Bundle, which was also leaked in the official description, seem to hint at the release date. They indicate that the 10 Tier Skips for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone included in the bundle must be redeemed by November 13th 2021.
Since these offers are valid for one year after a game’s release, this seemingly confirms that Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War will release on November 13th, at least for current-gen consoles. We already know that it’s coming to next-gen platforms as well, that too without any free option for current-gen players to upgrade. It’s just a matter of whether these will launch on the same day as the current-gen versions.
But wait, there’s more. Data-miners have also seemingly discovered the reveal date for the game’s multiplayer which is on September 9th (as pointed out by COD Tracker on Twitter). Take this with a grain of salt but it’s not too far-fetched given how close the game’s reported release is. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.
The Worldwide Multiplayer Reveal for Call of Duty: #BlackOpsColdWar takes place Wednesday, September 9th!https://t.co/zBYfrhsgKj pic.twitter.com/c5YEPRkaEz
— Call of Duty Tracker (@CODTracker) August 25, 2020