Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 is presented to its audience as one of the most complete titles to date

After weeks of noise and leaks, the top brass of Activision have officially presented the core elements of 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 6', and among the technical details packed into just over 20 minutes of gala, a preview of the game was revealed that hints one of the most complete projects in the franchise.

Release plans

'Call of Duty: Black Ops 6' will be available worldwide for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC on Friday, October 25, 2024. In relation to his usual tests period, the open beta will be free on all platforms, although players who pre-order will have early access. It is officially confirmed that it will be available on the first day of launch for subscribers of certain Game Pass plans (Game Pass Ultimate, Game Pass PC, Game Pass Console). Active accounts will have access to the Digital Cross-Gen Bundle (Xbox) or PC Standard Edition (Microsoft Store) – including the Woods Operator Pack and Early Access Open Beta – with the full game available at launch.

The Gulf War

In relation to the new materials, while a first teaser showed a group of civilians entering the dark forest towards the sculptures of Mount Rushmore, located in South Dakota, United States, the new video focuses more on the intense combats while takes players to the Gulf War, a military conflict between the United States and Iraq that took place in 1990 and 1991. In addition to addressing Middle East relations and portraying dictator Saddam Hussein as one of the sequence's possible villains, the New material also features the presence of other well-known faces, such as George W. Bush himself.


The 'Black Ops 6' Campaign promises spectacular gameplay and variety of missions with its classic action load, to which we will have to add high-risk heists and espionage activities. For the multiplayer aspect, at launch you can expect 16 new maps, including 12 main 6v6 scenarios and four Strike maps that can be played 2v2 or 6v6. The installment also marks the return of round-based Zombies, in which players will face off against hordes of the undead on two new maps. As tradition (and market trend) dictates, after its launch, more maps and new game experiences will be published in both Multiplayer mode and Zombies mode.


Another novelty that will affect the entire game set is the new “Omnimovement” movement system, which debuts in the franchise and, apparently, allows you to sprint, dive and slide in any direction, combined with the ability to turn 360 degrees while lying down, which grants “unprecedented freedom of movement and tactical flexibility.”

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The most epic plot

Set after the events of 'Black Ops Cold War' and linked to the 1980s flashbacks of 'Black Ops 2', this installment takes place in the early 1990s, during a period of transition and upheaval in the world politics, characterized by the end of the Cold War. At its core is a single-player campaign developed by Raven Software that offers an espionage thriller narrative with a fully immersive underlying government conspiracy. “Players will cross the harsh Russian Tundra, the vast desert of the Middle East, southern Europe and the United States in a frenetic race against time,” the publisher promises. A new Vault, an abandoned mansion and KGB forbidden zone, has also been noted, which will provide an operations center for the campaign where you can meet allies, explore and solve puzzles, gather information and upgrades, or go to the test board to select the next one. mission. The story will feature well-known characters such as Frank Woods and Russell Adler, who will be combined with new allies such as Troy Marshall and Jane Harrow.


The multiplayer developed by Treyarch will launch with 16 new maps, including 12 main 6v6 scenarios and four Strike maps that can be played as 2v2 or 6v6. The traditional Prestige system returns from day one. Theater mode also returns so you can relive your best moments as an action hero from every angle. A new option to use HUD presets will also be added to the format, including the ability to move the minimap and remove elements to achieve a minimalist interface.

The Zombies return in rounds

The Treyarch team returns to the zombie experience with 'Black Ops 6', a delivery that will mark the return of the undead wave rounds of increasing difficulty. Initially it would be published with two new maps, Liberty Falls and Terminus, with a mix of weapons and upgrades, enemies and tons of secrets to discover.