• Activision confirmed that it is working on "Call of Duty 2021"
  • The game is rumored to arrive this year or in the early part of 2022
  • A letter discovered in the Ruka map of "Black Ops Cold War" points to a new setting

The newly launched Outbreak mode in "Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War" brings a different gaming experience level to gamers. Some fans believe it also hinted about the settings of "Call of Duty 2021."

The latest information about "Call of Duty 2021" was shared by user Kalijvc on the social networking site Twitter. Apparently, a letter discovered in the Ruka map of "Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War" Outbreak mode contains some information hinting about the setting of the next "Call of Duty" title. The correspondence in question, dated March 15, 1944, talks about sending dead soldiers to Mittelburg, Bavaria.

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According to the "Call of Duty" player, the corpses' destination is the location of the Final Reich in "Call of Duty: WWII." The Twitter user also claims that this letter is also available in one of the bunkers in the D-Day campaign of "Call of Duty: WWII." The leader reads, "I have taken your renewed request seriously, but it hurts me to repeat myself, Commander. The bodies of the deceased soldiers, regardless of their position and condition, must be transported immediately to Mittelburg, Bavaria."

Interestingly, this letter finds its way in "Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War" considering its implications to the game's overall storyline. This is why some fans believe that the letter has something to do with the next location of the incoming "Call of Duty 2021." Earlier, industry insider Tom Henderson teased about the potential theme and location of the upcoming game.

In a tweet, Henderson shared a couple of images, including a gorilla and an army of foot soldiers. He teased that if "Call of Duty 2021" is not set in the future, fans would get those two images, which is another way of saying Guerilla Warfare.

It is worth noting that these details, while interesting, are not official. Activision earlier confirmed that it is working on "Call of Duty 2021," but it does not say any details beyond that. Like other leaks and rumors, fans should take this latest information about the setting of "Call of Duty 2021" with a pinch of salt.