A while ago, players discovered Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War’s alpha through a new PlayStation Store listing, as published to SerialStation.

Now, the internal alpha has finally popped up on the Microsoft Store through a new listing called The Red Door. As per its description on the Xbox Store, this is a new video game from Activision Publishing.

Although Activision hasn’t officially acknowledged its existence as of yet, the description of this title and its hefty file size of 81.65GB would suggest that this is very likely an early build of Call of Duty 2020.

Dataminers have been digging through the files, and it looks like they may have found a list of map names and campaign missions for COD 2020.

It’s worth noting that since this is a pre-launch build of Black Ops Cold War, these names can be subject to change. Some of these are likely just codenames for upcoming maps or missions. Additionally, you can also expect to see more maps and missions by the time it launches.

Call of Duty 2020 Multiplayer Maps

“black sea”

“cartel”

“KGB”

“Miami”

“Moscow”

“Satellite”

“Tank”

“Tundra”#First

— Prototype Warehouse (@ProtoWarehouse) July 19, 2020

Here are the rumored Call of Duty 2020 map names.

Campaign Missions

ger_stakeout

nam_armada

nam_prisoner

nic_revolution

rus_amerika

rus_duga

rus_kgb

rus_siege

rus_yamantau

(sidemission) tundra

(sidemission) takedown

takedown#First#SP— Prototype Warehouse (@ProtoWarehouse) July 19, 2020

Here is the rumored list of Call of Duty 2020 campaign missions.

New Warzone Zones

Call of Duty Warzone, Infinity Ward’s newly launched Battle Royale, will supposedly be involved with the release of Black Ops Cold War. When the next title in the series launches, Warzone is also expected to receive new zones which are apparently as follows.

  • Forest
  • Ski Slopes
  • Russia
  • Duga

Activision hasn’t revealed much information regarding the upcoming title yet, making this one of their latest Call of Duty reveals in history.

With “The Red Door” starting to unveil new details about the game, however, they will presumably break their silence on the matter sooner rather than later.

Source: Twitter user @ProtoWarehouse (H/T CodTracker)

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