Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 will be released on Xbox Game Pass on the same day as its launch

After the countless rumors that have surrounded the videogame in recent months, Activision finally broke his silence and revealed late last week 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 6' with a mysterious preview video. However, some subscribers have been surprised in recent hours. All following a notification from the application Xbox where delivery is anticipated It will be available from day one on the Game Pass subscription service.

Since the first day

Microsoft's message states: “We are pleased to inform Game Pass members that they will be able to play Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 on day one.” The anticipation now revolves around an official company presentation that will take place next June 9. Initial information indicates that the new title in the franchise will also be available for previous versions of consoles. This means that PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players will be able to enjoy the title on their generation of systems.

Microsoft not only confirmed that 'Black Ops 6' will come to Xbox Game Pass on the first day, but also took the opportunity to distribute the first official trailer for the sequel, which hints at a framework set in the military conflict known as “The Gulf War”, which had the United States and Iraq as the main protagonists between 1990 and 1991. “Nothing is what it seems. But if what you are looking for is true, search in the darkness,” says in a mysterious way a villain who bears a resemblance more than reasonable with Saddam Hussein. The promotional material for 'Black Ops 6' highlights that “The truth lies”, so we will probably see the player unravel a government plot.

Waiting for news

If Saddam Hussein is confirmed as the bad guy in 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 6', It will not be the first time that Activision uses the image of a real historical figure in the franchise. Previously, we already had the presence of the Angolan military Jonas Savimbi in 'Black Ops 2'. At the moment everything is speculation and we will not clear up doubts until the next celebration “Xbox Showcase”, at a gala that will offer more details about the video game. Whether Hussein's presence in the sequel is confirmed or not, news on titles such as 'Avowed', 'Indiana Jones and the Great Circle' either 'Ara: History Untold'.

Microsoft has already confirmed the presence of 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 6' and has closed one of the strongest rumors surrounding the production, which is the premiere on Game Pass. Marketing actions are increasing and this indicates that Activision is preparing for the launch of the title, supposedly in October. It will be interesting to see if 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 6' will actually feature the figure of the Iraqi dictator as an enemy and how it would fit into the title's campaign.