Black Ops Cold War: Warzone Announcers Will Soon Read Ascension Numbers
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Black Ops Cold War: Warzone Announcers Will Soon Read Ascension Numbers

Alex Garton
20 August 2020

More clues continue to surface.

Black Ops Cold War is set to be revealed August 26th and it's fair to say fans can't wait.

The teases and clues scattered across Warzone have had the whole community unravelling the mystery.

From hidden bunkers to puzzling cyphers, it's been an exciting few weeks.

It finally feels as if we're coming to the conclusion of the mystery with the reveal date set.

However, according to sources, there are still a few surprises coming our way.

Warzone Announcers Set To Read Out Ascension Numbers

Black Ops Cold War's links with the original Black Ops continues to surface.

@ModernWarzone has reported the Ascension numbers are set to be read out in Warzone.

Check out his tweet below:

Players are speculating these numbers will be read out mid-game in Warzone.

This certainly adds weights to the theory raised by DKDynamite surrounding the rumour that the game was originally titled 'Project Zeus'.

Why is this significant? Well, there's a book called "Counsel of Zeus" that addresses what the world would have been like if John F. Kennedy had not been assassinated.

Therefore, the book presents an alternate timeline.

The question is, does this mean the next game is a reboot set to present an alternate timeline?

Of course, this is only a theory and should be taken with a pinch of salt.

However, it's certainly interesting and explains the links with the original Black Ops.

It's an exciting time to be a Call of Duty fan with so many clues and teases being released.

For now, good luck in Warzone and listen out for the Ascension numbers!

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