Call Of Duty: Black Ops Gulf War leak reveals all 55 launch weapons

Call Of Duty: Black Ops leaves the Cold War behind for the Gulf War this year

Another Call Of Duty leak has emerged, which claims to know which weapons will be available at launch in this year’s Black Ops Gulf War.

Officially, nothing is know about this year’s Call Of Duty, but rumours have long suggested it’s a Black Ops game set during the 1991 Gulf War. In fact, a more recent leak claims to know the plan for the series for the next four years.

It’s claimed that developer Treyarch will take on this year’s release, but an official reveal isn’t likely for several months.

In the meantime, another leak has pieced together more info and claims to know all the launch weapons in Black Ops Gulf War, including the Five-Seven, AK-74, and a Jetgun for Zombies.

Leaker Konni Vondy claims that Call Of Duty: Black Ops Gulf War will launch with 55 weapons, ranging from sniper rifles to assault rifles, shotguns, and knives. The usual, in other words.

They have posted the full list on Twitter, with what appears to be internal codenames, suggesting the list has been datamined from one of the the current game’s files.

Among the most noticeable weapons are the AK-74 and M16 A2 assault rifles, the MP5 machinegun, the SVD Dragunov sniper rifle, and the Five-Seven pistol.

For the really heavy stuff, Black Ops Gulf War will also have the Panzerfaust 3 and FIM-92 Stinger rocket launchers , according to the leak, and a Raygun and Jetgun for Zombies.

The leaker also says that this year’s title will have its own unique set of weapons and systems independent from Modern Warfare 2 and 3.

There’s also a separate leak posted on Twitter by Still Alan, that suggests which perks will be available in Black Ops Gulf War for class customisation, as you can see below.

The function of the perks aren’t stated, but it’s easy to guess with codenames such as ‘Third person,’ ‘Sonar,’ ‘Blastshield,’ and Surveillance.’

More leaks are sure to follow throughout the year, and it’ll be interesting to see if Call Of Duty: Black Ops Gulf War, or any other Call Of Duty title, will end up on Xbox Game Pass now that Microsoft has bought Activision.

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