Activision’s unannounced game “Call of Duty 2024” has been revealed in the first batch of photos discovered by dataminers, which include a gun, maps, and a future scenario.
There are a few photographs from Treyarch’s “Call of Duty 2024” that were released by RealityUK, a “Call of Duty” data miner. Several of the photographs included maps that seemed to be concept art, which makes sense given that the game is most likely still in development. Unfortunately, the account was suspended after posting the images.
What can we tell from the pictures?
The Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk, an American attack aircraft that was decommissioned in October 1983, resembles the jet in the picture. As a result, it is possible that the game is set in the 1980s or 1990s, but it is also possible that the designers just took inspiration from the stealth aircraft design and applied it to a future scenario instead.
Its a f117 it entered service in 1983 pic.twitter.com/JzMJhs3KEi
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Images 1 and 2 show the “Stealth” map, which seems to be the codename for the map. The photo reveals that the location is most probably a military facility belonging to the United States. According to previous claims, the game would include futuristic stealth fighters.
It’s called “Pillage” because, unlike “Stealth,” just a few details of its location may be seen. It was also discovered that “Call of Duty 2024” may have a gun that was discovered by the data miner.
The weapon’s codename is t10 sn p01 sroger25 mp, and enthusiasts suspect that it may be an SR-25 Sniper or a semi-automatic sniper rifle. Both firearms were made available to the public in the early 1990s.
Publisher Activision, known for its popular “Call of Duty” series, has yet to announce a new “CoD” game for 2024. Bloomberg claims that Treyarch’s next big title will be released in 2024, which implies there will be no major franchise game in 2023.
Infinity Ward announced “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II,” with a launch date set in October 2022. There’s a new terror threat that Task Force 141 is trying to stop in the game. In spite of the fact that the leaked photos were taken from a “Call of Duty” game, they should be taken with a grain of salt. Even though the game is still in the early stages of development, Treyarch has the ability to alter these maps.