Call Of Duty 2020 Mystery Box Explained, Trailer Incoming on August 14?

It looks like Activision is trying to turn the Call of Duty 2020 reveal into a long-running teaser event. A few hours ago, the boxes that were previously sent were allowed to be opened, but they are only part of the puzzle.

Sometime this year the new Call of Duty 2020 will be announced. But until then, the publisher’s marketing department is testing the patience of the players with a teaser campaign.

Part of this reveal campaign is mystery boxes that have been sent to streamers and influencers. We reported about it last week. The boxes were allowed to be opened yesterday, Monday. They did not contain any really new references to the new Call of Duty 2020.

At least the included projector from 1950 confirms that the game actually goes back to the Cold War era. There have been rumors and speculations about this setting for weeks.

You can also see some aerial photos. Some of them resemble the overview map of the multiplayer map Summit, which appeared in several Black Ops games. Another clue to this map is Treyarch’s official Twitter channel, which shows a mountain range that appears to be the mountain range behind the summit map.

It would not be unlikely that Treyarch would once again take on a Black Ops game. In the past, names like Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War have been discussed.

A matching teaser site was also discovered. It shows an old tube TV, a computer and a VHS recorder. There is also a notice that something will happen on August 14, 2020. This is the coming Friday. Activision will presumably launch the next part of the teaser campaign on that day.

The apparently involved streamer NoahJ456 also referred to this: “I just heard directly from Activision. What we solved today was just the FIRST step of the Call of Duty 2020 reveal. What comes out on Friday at 12 EST is just the next part. We go again,” were his words.

So it is confirmed that a few more weeks could pass until the final reveal of Call of Duty 2020.