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Call of Duty 2020 maps revealed in The Red Door leaks

Thanks to more leaks, the names of eight Call of Duty 2020 multiplayer maps have been revealed.

Activision and Treyarch are yet to reveal Call of Duty 2020 to the world. Thanks to leaks, listings, and dataminers, the next Call of Duty game is probably one of the worst kept secrets on the internet. Now, it looks like we might have the names for eight Call of Duty: 2020 multiplayer maps.

 

Call of Duty 2020 multiplayer maps

Last week, we reported how a new Call of Duty 2020 listing, mysteriously called "The Red Door", appeared on the Xbox Store. This isn't even the first time leaks have appeared for the upcoming title.

Now, thanks to dataminers and the leak, the names of eight multiplayer maps for Call of Duty 2020, believed to be entitled Black Ops: Cold War, have leaked.

Call of Duty 2020 maps:

  • Black Sea
  • Cartel
  • K.G.B.
  • Miami
  • Moscow
  • Satellite
  • Tank
  • Tundra

These names were reportedly found in the Xbox Store listing, and have appeared previously via TheXclusiveAce’s now-deleted YouTube post back in June.

The "Tank" map was also apparently the one shown off in the leaked pre-alpha gameplay for Call of Duty 2020, which made its rounds in early June.

 

 

Call of Duty 2020 multiplayer maps The Red Door
Possibly the first Call of Duty 2020 gameplay (Picture: Activision)

 

At the time of writing, Activision and Treyarch still need to officially reveal Call of Duty 2020. As always, take information such as the multiplayer map names with a grain of salt until the game's details are officially revealed.

While you wait for Activision to reveal Call of Duty 2020, you can always spend some time watching the latest episode of our lockdown video series.

 

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