A message has been published recently on the Call of Duty 2020 promo website urging us to be patient. It also hides even more secrets to the game’s future, so we shouldn’t expect this message to offer us much information.
The Call of Duty 2020 crate opening was accessed by lots of fans thanks to a team of streamers, who worked hard to solve the mystery. The hard work ended with a discovered website that displays a clock showing the date August 14, 2020, and a computer that apparently has been turned off.
Since then, many fans who discovered the Call of Duty 2020 crate promo website have been examining the site and analyzing each line of code and hidden photos. Now, a small sticky note popped-up reading only “/tangledweb.” Here is what you need to know.
Call of Duty 2020 Becomes More Mysterious as New Message is Published
The Call of Duty 2020 promo website is full of copies of some slides spread on a desk. A letter can be spotted in the center, which appears to be addressed to the reader directly.
The letter discusses how this piece was only the first part of many, presumably towards the much-awaited official trailer. It also says that all is part of the game, and fans should just “relish the journey.” Some references to ciphers and codes are scattered around, and it seems to be urging us to be patient. The bottom of the webpage contains a famous quote from Sun Tzu’s Art of War: “Every battle is won before it’s ever fought.”
COD fans have been solving puzzles since the first game was released. Call of Duty: Black Ops and its zombie mode, for instance, have been full of strange and complicated Easter Eggs, ciphers, and secrets with every new game adding in a new task for fans to solve.
Call of Duty 2020 is now under development. We should expect more details in the coming months.
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