Treyarch and Raven Tech developers are worried by the hideous ability to build regimes disinformation and conspiracy theories have to construct systems of inequality and support dangerous dictators. Also, they created a game that retains a popular theory of the plot.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will drop on Xbox One, PlayStation4, and Laptop, by November 13, which will reach next-generation consoles as we arrive this holiday season. The Cold War spanned the Vietnam War, and in 1968 hit a high degree of nuclear conflict. By 1980 the Cold War became very intense. The game takes place in 1981, but amid war in Vietnam, there are a variety of triply nightmarish flashbacks. One enigmatic entity links the ages with a strong spy plot in the game: Perseus.
Perseus is the name of a fictitious Soviet agent, who supposedly penetrated the U.S. nuclear weapon system at Los Alamos at the end of World War II. Perseus is ambiguous in its Verona Project, a U. S. WWII counterintelligence operation, who monitored the Soviet sources’ communications.
Since the Soviet agents were completely secret at the end of WWII in US-UK atomic laboratories, Perseus is generally viewed as a U.S.S. fib.
The Cold War is currently released in three versions: the Regular Edition ($60), the Cross-Gen Pack ($70), and the Supreme Variant ($90). The regular edition delivers the game on Xbox One, PS4, or XP, while the Cross-Gen and Ultimate packs also enable the game at the next tier of consoles.
The initial idea for Sledgehammer Games was to build this iteration with Raven Tech but failed in 2019 and Treyarch stepped in. The worldwide pandemic has altered the economic paradigm of most companies and shifted the business model of Treyarch and Raven. But Treyarch and Raven appear to have a tight grip of their Cold War iteration and all of the atrocities they want to inflict on it.