Call of Duty The Red Door Datamine Reveals Black Ops 2020 Campaign Missions, More
Call of Duty The Red Door is not the name of the next mainline game in the series, but it sure is a hint towards the actual game. Popping up in the Microsoft Store, this game has been giving us hints at what the 2020 game will be. Now, The Red Door datamine has revealed even more.
The Red Door Alpha Has Been Datamined
The Red Door datamine was revealed by CODTracker, a site dedicated to all things leaks and more for the Call of Duty series and has revealed some of the juicy tidbits that have come out of the datamine. Some users have somehow been able to get access to The Red Door alpha.
Though the “game” that showed up officially on the Microsoft Store last week wasn’t available for download, some data miners have been able to get their hands on it and start searching through it for info. That info from the datamine includes the names of maps, missions, and more.
Some users have even been able to reportedly boot up the alpha for The Red Door and get access to what looks to be the official loading screen for the upcoming Call of Duty 2020 game. And if this is the case, the loading screen has formally revealed the game’s title to simply be Black Ops.
This 2020 title will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor, 2019’s Modern Warfare, and be the next soft reboot but for the Black Ops series this time around. But from there, the users have been unable to get into the game as it is likely that it has online locks.
Black Ops 2020 Will Have a Campaign
That said, this hasn’t stopped the leakers from going through the in-game files through The Red Door datamine and finding a lot of information that we didn’t know before about the Black Ops 2020 reboot game. It all starts with the singleplayer campaign.
Yes, you read that right, the Black Ops series will return. It will have a singleplayer campaign once again, making up for the lack of a story that was sorely missing from the underdone Black Ops 4 in 2018. Two years later and we will have a story with over a dozen missions to complete.
There are 13 missions that show up in The Red Door datamine. That could be the gist of the singleplayer campaign, or there could be more that we don’t know about just yet. Regardless, this next part of the leak does have some slight spoilers, so you are warned.
We don’t just know how many missions will likely be in the Black Ops reboot, but their names as well. Or at least the codenames for them as they are still subject to change in the future. If you don’t want to know the potential names of the story missions, turn back now.
Black Ops Campaign Missions Names Leaked
If you are still here, read on below for the full list of the leaked story missions from the upcoming Call of Duty 2020 game and the locations where these missions will happen in the world:
- Mission name: KGB. Location: Russia
- Siege: Russia
- Yamantau: Russia
- Hub: Germany
- Hub 8: Germany
- Stakeout: Germany
- Armada: Vietnam
- Prisoner: Vietnam
- Revolucion: Nicaragua
- Amerika: Russia
- Duga: Russia
There is the chance that these aren’t all of the missions. After all, it does seem weird to have more than one mission per location except for Nicaragua, which only has one. Takedown and Tundra are in the files as side missions. They might be optional ones that you can do but aren’t required for the main story.
If you take out the optional missions, that leaves us with 11 main story missions in total that are required to get to the ending of the game. There is a major focus on Russia and a little bit on Germany and Vietnam, which makes sense as this game is likely to be a Cold War game previously revealed in rumors.
For now, though, we will have to wait and see to find out more about what exactly will happen in Call of Duty Black Ops’ campaign later this year. We also know from The Red Door datamine about some of the multiplayer maps that will be in the game.
Black Ops 2020 Multiplayer Maps Leaked
These names seem even more like codenames than the story missions, so these could change in the future. You can find the list of them below:
- Black Sea
This list is likely true, as it contains eight maps in total and one of them we already know about. The Tank map is one that we have seen footage of in the past, though it was very early in development for sure. As for the other ones, many of them are locations like Miami and Moscow, which seems weird to be the names.
They may change upon the final release even though the maps might be located there. However, other ones like Cartel and Satellite sound like possible final names. So, this might be what they are going to be called in the final release.
Black Ops 2020 Could Change Warzone Too
In addition to the multiplayer maps, there are mentions of new locations for the Warzone battle royale map. Those four locations are:
- Ski Slopes
Those four locations could be joining the existing map of battle royale in Verdansk or indications of a brand new map coming to Warzone in the future with the release of Call of Duty Black Ops. We will have to wait and see for now, as the 2020 Call of Duty game still hasn’t been revealed. It may be announced later this week at the Xbox Series X showcase, but that could also be first-party titles.