Load Tiananmen Square Footage, COD Teaser Black Ops: Cold War Censored In China

Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War teaser was released a few days ago with a full reveal to be done on 26 August. In this teaser, the developer hasn't shown the gameplay at all but shows a variety of clips from various historical events in the Cold War era. This is to confirm the atmosphere of this new Treyarch Call of Duty iteration.

Load Tiananmen Square Footage, COD Teaser Black Ops: Cold War Censored In China

Reporting from CBR, the Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War teaser has been censored in China after the teaser was caught containing footage of the Tiananmen Square protest in Beijing (happened at 1:04). Even though the footage lasted for less than a second and it is likely that many of the dunits did not notice it, the few frames of the protest were enough to shock the mainland Chinese.

After being caught, the two-minute video was revised and the protest section was censored with a plain black image. But for the international version, the Tiananmen Square section will still continue to appear.

Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War is the newest game from Treyarch and Raven Software. This game is the sixth game in the Black Ops storyline and it is likely that the plot timeline of this game will be before or after the First Black Ops. The details of this game will be announced on 26 August.

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