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We've seen a lot of leaks recently about unannounced "Call of Duty" games. We've seen rumors that it may happen in Vietnam, focusing on the Cold War, and it will even be released in 2020.

Although we don't have any official confirmation of this new Activision game, it doesn't seem like we have to wait too long now. In recent news, a website called PS4Patches posted information on the alpha development of the upcoming Call of Duty title.

The leak in question is a dump of information collected and published by PS4Patches.com. Displays information about the alpha version of the game codenamed "The Red Door", including total size and content ID.

It is the content ID, indicating that it is a Call of Duty game with the phrase "COD2020INTALPHA1" as part of the name. This immediately made many people wonder what they could find, and the data miners quickly discovered the title card of the game.

We will not publish the title card image here, because there are some reports about the copyright strike, which makes us think it is true. The title card simply read, "Call of Duty Black Ops", without mentioning Vietnam or the Cold War slogan.

Is this just a placeholder image with the final version, or can the next Call of Duty title go in the same direction as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and remove the slogan completely?

Another important tidbit is that the file size is currently 71.4GB, which is roughly the average of today's games. The archive also contains references to a total of four game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, Zombie, and War Zone. If the Zombies game model proves to be true, it will be a welcome return to the franchise.

What do you think of this new leak? Do you think this game will keep up with the previous Black Ops games? Let us know in the comments section below. As always, we will follow any other news or announcements.

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