Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will release later this year supposedly with 10 multiplayer maps. @TheGamingRevo3 said this on his twitter, apparently it is based on a recent discovery by dataminers. Readers should take this with a grain of salt, although this seems to be from a fairly reliable source. If the speculation is correct, it will make fans very happy when the game releases in November.
10 multiplayer maps at launch for Black Ops Cold War would certainly be impressive. Some maps would likely be updates from previous entries in the series. Activision big build-up for Black Ops Cold War had players revisit the Summit map in Black Ops 4, if that map returns it would not be surprising. Until Activision confirms anything concrete, it’s all just speculation. Until then, Fans will just have to wait and see what gets revealed next.
The Cold War setting would certainly lend itself to a number of different maps. Black Ops Cold War is the sixth entry in the series, though, chronologically, it takes place just after Black Ops 1. Set during the 1980s with the tension between the U.S. and Russia was at its peak, Cold War will have players searching for the Russian spy Perseus, a figure that might have existed during the actual Cold War. It will also use actual events and real-life figures as the backdrop for the storyline to make the setting feel authentic.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. The game releases on current-gen systems on November 13th, and on next-gen systems when they launch.