Call of Duty: Warzone Player Discovers Next Entry Teaser In Mysterious Farmhouse
Massively popular battle royal Call of Duty Warzone is currently featuring a teaser for the 2020, newest entry in the FPS series.
A teaser for the next Call of Duty entry has been discovered by players of Warzone.
Because of its rotation of primary developers, the Call of Duty franchise has released one entry to the series per year since 2005, so it’s no doubt that before the end of the year, players are going to experience the next big thing that Call of Duty has to offer. For 2020, the next installment in the series is being teased through a website that has so far played historical footage from 1961 and 1962.
There have also been teasers within their latest release. Call of Duty: Warzone Streamer PrestigeIsKey discovered today that players are able to begin piecing together what the story for the next entry will be through a farmhouse locked by a number combination in zone H6 of the map. Inside the room, players will find TVs, a generator, a phone, blueprints, and much more as well as a few item drops to reward their discovery.
— Ryan B. (@PrestigeIsKey) August 14, 2020
The most notable word inside the room is “Venona” which is displayed on a code-cracking poster. As many history buffs would be able to tell you, the Venona project was a counterintelligence program run by the United States government from 1943 until 1980. Its main goal was to decode messages being sent to and from the Soviet Union who was considered the USA’s enemy during the Cold War.
All of these details hint that the next Call of Duty is going to be set in the Cold War and will most likely follow the story of a Venona project codebreaker. This is also in line with some plot leaks that happened back at the end of July as well as the rumored title Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War.
At this point, it’s likely a waiting game until more details are either officially announced or another Warzone player picks up on a hidden teaser inside the battle-royal style map.
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