With lockdown forcing people to stay home, Call of Duty has seen record-breaking sales this year - and now there's a new version to get stuck into.
But with a big fanbase playing the current title, it's a significant challenge for the new release to keep everyone happy.
The makers say the focus is making the game "highly accessible for anybody who wants to play".
It's something lots of Call of Duty fans are wondering about: how will the new game, Black Ops Cold War integrate with its free-to-play battle royale counterpart, Warzone.
Warzone has been one of the big hits of the lockdown, gaining more than 75 million players.
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