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After much speculation, it's been officially confirmed that Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will be coming.
The game trailer has been revealed and it looks like one hell of a ride.
There's no release date for the game but it appears all will be revealed on August 26 on Warzone.
Developers have been teasing the release of the game in Warzone for a while but no one could work out what all the teasers and Easter eggs meant.
Activision gifted eagle-eyed fans with a code to open a long-locked door at the shack near Prison/the Gulag. Warzone players who made the trip over and entered the code discovered a very strange device waiting inside.
Activision has been using historical videos on a special website to release these codes for attentive players.
The code and location of this particular locked door was shared via a video covering the presidency of Richard Nixon, who served from 1969 until 1974. Fans who sat through the video knew to travel to the specific location on the map - a tiny shack in the middle of a field near the Gulag.
Now it all makes sense that it's referencing the Cold War, which largely went from the 1940s to the 1990s.
Just like the other rooms that have been opened through these historical videos, there's no major loot to be found. The main reason for making the trip is to get another clue that points towards the Call Of Duty 2020 reveal. The shack contains a crate with some cash in it, and a table on which a weird-looking gizmo and some blueprints lie.
Some have suggested that the device is actually an RC-XD, a killstreak item from the Black Ops series that allows players to drive an explosive-filled remote control car right at their enemies.
Featured Image Credit: Infinity Ward/Activision
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