Call Of Duty 2024 Leaked As Futuristic Black Ops 6
Call of Duty's adventures into the future have been… controversial. Now, are we destined to go back to the future in Call of Duty 2024 as a potential Black Ops 6?
Whether it's Infinite Warfare, Black Ops 4, or the brief flashes of post-modern warfare we've seen in the franchise's history, fans are sceptical to engage with ideas of years to come. Many assert that they'd rather have a boots-on-the-ground title than a game that offers the player jetpacks and Titanfall-adjacent movement.
You'd expect that Call of Duty would have learned its lesson from fan feedback on these concepts - but it looks like the next step for the franchise could once again be into wars to come.
What Will Call Of Duty 2024 Be?
One Twitter user has discovered some files buried in the Alpha test for Warzone Mobile that seem to hint at a futuristic twist on Treyarch's Call of Duty 2024. Twitter user RealiityUK shared some images from the files - and has since been suspended from Twitter. If the suspension has anything to do with these leaks, then they may well be legitimate.
The leaks contained a look at a map titled Stealth, which looked like an airbase for futuristic stealth jets. Along with rumours that the next Call of Duty game from Treyarch will be "semi-futuristic," and that the team hasn't developed a game for the franchise that isn't under the Black Ops moniker since 2008, there's every chance that this is a future-set Black Ops 6.
What's Going On With Black Ops 6?
We don't know an awful lot about Call of Duty 2024 just yet (naturally, as it's still a couple of years away), except that it has reportedly been delayed. It's the first time that the series has done this since engaging in its year-by-year structure, so it could end up making a bit of a fuss - but we'll just have to wait to hear it from the franchise if this ends up happening.
It's a lot to process, both that Call of Duty 2024 will be late and that it could be taking on a time period that has proven to be widely hated. Black Ops Cold War was a major success when compared to something like Vanguard, but remember the disaster of Black Ops 4 giving up on a single-player campaign. Giving us a futuristic franchise return is a bold risk for Treyarch to take, so let's see if it pays off.