We have our first look at the next Call of Duty title, Black Ops Cold War!
This game will explore some of the most interesting years in Human history, from 1968 to 1971.
Here’s a few topics that might put Black Ops Cold War in the History books!
Trailer Banned in China
The trailer for Black Ops Cold War has already been banned in China, due to some content that appeared in the video
This image from China was taken in 1989 and shows a man standing in front of a tank.
This incident happened just after the Tiananmen Square protests where many Chinese citizens were injured and killed.
The events of the protests are hidden from the current Chinese population, and this can now be seen in the new Black Ops trailer.
A new trailer has now been uploaded specifically for a chinese audience.
It’ll be interesting to see whether Treyarch mention or show the events of the protests in-game.
Ronald Reagan Controversy
Ronald Reagan had a lot of controversy surrounding his presidency.
Reagan admitted to selling weapons to the Islamic Republic of Iran in a trade to release US citizens in Lebanon.
This, as well as other scandals and conspiracies, would make up for a very interesting storyline for the new title.
The Vietnam War is still discussed regarding ethical standpoints.
The United States intervention of the Vietnam is one of the main ethical issues that’s considered when talking about this conflict.
This means we’ll likely get a campaign that goes into more detail surrounding the Vietnam War.
A New Portrayal
This period of Human history has been explored multiple times through books, movies and games in the past.
Will they decide to explore some controversial topics, or will they play it safe?
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