The next Call of Duty may be away from its release now, but the flow of leaks and rumors is still going on in full swing.
According to an industry insider, the potential title of 2021’s Call of Duty has been allegedly leaked.
‘Call of Duty’ 2021 details so far
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) June 29, 2021
After announcing that Sledgehammer will helm the next big entry, fans are curiously waiting for further updates. Sadly, there’s been no official announcement from Activision lately.
However, trusted and reputed scooper Tom Henderson has again brought some insight into 2021’s Call of Duty.
Recently, Henderson noticed that Activision’s Battle.net portal refers to the upcoming game Call of Duty: Slipstream. It’s a very unusual and unexpected name when thinking about the potential contenders for the title.
In case you don’t know, Battle.net is an online multiplayer service. It also hosts COD entries on PC.
Coming onto the leaked title, then Slipstream might be a codename. And it may change eventually upon the release of the game itself, later this year.
Interestingly, previous rumors suggested that the next COD would be called Vanguard.
As per the speculations, it will set during the timeline of World War 2.
Currently, die-hard fans should take all the rumors and even the leaks with a grain of salt. However, when it comes to Henderson, his past information has turned out true in most cases.
So it will be interesting to see the final form of Activision’s upcoming addition to its iconic FPS franchise.
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Video games in 2021
Meanwhile, this year is already filled with many options in terms of AAA heavyweights for gaming lovers.
The most-awaited and anticipated potential blockbusters, there will be names like Stray and Humankind.
The vast line-up extends even further with the likes of No More Heroes 3, The Ascent, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits.
Little Devil Inside, Shadow Warrior 3, Cyber Shadow, and Life Is Strange: True Colors are other crucial launches.
Coming back to Call of Duty 2021, then it’s still in the phase of development. Also, no details are available at the moment about the platforms it will support.
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