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Leaked CODBLOPS: Cold War alpha multiplayer footage

A first glimpse at the Miami map

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When it comes down to information warfare, everyone knows that loose lips sink ships. Given that, Activision may want to check in on the status of their naval fleet, because footage of their currently extremely private Beta version of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is being shared around various different corners of the internet, ahead of the beta being made available to the public next month.

Check out the leaked footage over on Reddit.

COD leak

In this leaked clip, we see footage of the multiplayer mode, with a match taking place in the game’s Miami map. This perhaps isn’t the debut that Activision wanted for this year’s Call of Duty, but the cat is out of the bag now, so we can’t help but take a look at what Cold War has in store for us.

I asked around the WePC team for everyone’s thoughts on this first gameplay footage, and here’s what our resident Call of Duty players thought based on this first look:

Shaun Conroy:

Looks better than Call of Duty: Modern Warfare [2019], especially the map design, but not sure about the design of the enemy health bar.

Jay Crotty:

Look very similar to Modern Warfare [2019] to me, and I like MW multiplayer so I don’t hate that it looks similar, but I’m mainly just happy that it appears as though the radar is back. Class selection looks similar: 6 perks, 1 greed, 3 specials.

Elliott Smith:

Seems to me like they’re returning to the older layouts of maps, after the slight backlash against the maps.

If you’re keen to find out more about this year’s Call of Duty, we had an in-depth look at the official announcement which you can check out over here, and we’ll be sure to keep an eye out for any other major updates on the game between now and release.



Lewie Procter

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