Incoming Modern Warfare/Black Ops Crossover Discovered In Game Files
Rumours of an incoming crossover between the worlds of Modern Warfare and Black Ops have started to intensify. Dataminers combing through the files of the recent Season 4 Reloaded update have found evidence that Black Ops' protagonist Frank Woods is coming to Modern Warfare and Warzone as a playable Operator in the near future.
In-game files make repeated references to "Woods," along with a handful of audio files that seem to confirm it is indeed our old pal Frank. The audio files discovered have been compiled into a video, which you can check out for yourself below.
A Modern Warfare/Black Ops crossover would certainly make sense, given the reports that Call Of Duty 2020 is set to be a reboot of the Black Ops franchise. It's also believed that Call Of Duty: Warzone will set the stage for the reveal of the new game, which would undeniably be an incredibly cool way to announce such a big title.
Certainly, fans have already discovered plenty of evidence of a new Black Ops game in Verdansk, including coded Russian messages, Cold War-era planes... and even what seems to be a submarine lurking under the ice.
Interestingly, dataminers have also come across another set of audio files which reference a string of numbers. A string of numbers that should be very familiar to anyone who's played through the original Black Ops. You can listen to that below.
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All signs point to a Call Of Duty 2020 reveal in Warzone soon, so keep an eye out. I get the feeling it's going to be an epic event that fans won't want to miss.
In other Call Of Duty news, a YouTuber made a ton of very interesting claims about the upcoming game earlier this week... before deleting the video. Alleging that they'd spoken to a source close to development, XclusiveAce suggested that the next Call Of Duty will feature Zombies, a campaign, and a completely overhauled Warzone map set in Russia.
You can read all about the details here, but make sure you take it with a pinch of salt. Either way, it looks like we'll be hearing something concrete sooner rather than later.
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