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Call of Duty 2021 Alpha “Slipstream” Spotted on PSN

A new Call of Duty 2021 alpha project has been spotted on the PlayStation Network. Twitter account PlayStation Game Size, a reliable source of new game sizes and uploads, spotted the game earlier today. According to the account, Call of Duty 2021, or codename “Slipstream” is now on the PSN which means certain alpha testers are ramping up to test the game out.

While this may sound like something strange it is far from it. Every year Activision does the same thing before announcing its new Call of Duty game. Last year, the alpha test build for Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War was called The Red Door. This build was spotted on 17 June 2020.


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Other Call of Duty alpha builds include Modern Warfare called “Pavelous”, Black Ops 4 called “The Breach”, WWII called “Storm Flood” and Infinite Warfare called “Greentables”.

PlayStation Game Size also claims that the current alpha build for Call of Duty 2021 is around 35.5GB for PS5. This is most likely just a small multiplayer component of the game. There is a good chance that Sony and Activision will partner again for this year’s Call of Duty release and that players will have the opportunity to play a beta or alpha build. This Slipstream game on the PSN is probably an early build of what is to come later this year.

There is no word yet when Activision will announce Call of Duty 2021. Previous reports claim that the game was in a dire state. In addition, rumours claimed that there is a high chance the game was delayed in favour of Warzone content.

Source: Twitter

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