Black Ops 6 teasers and hints point to Saddam Hussein as the main antagonist

Little by little we are slowly piecing together the puzzle that Treyarch is drip-feeding the fan base. It started with an out-of-the-blue teaser site, then quickly evolved as the first official trailer counts down to its release. One clear takeaway from this game of cat and mouse is that Saddam Hussein may be the main antagonist of Black Ops 6.

Twitter user Reality put together a neat collection of information based on all the breadcrumbs dropped, as you can see below. The first is an image of the man himself: Saddam Hussein on the front cover of the yet-to-be-released Black Ops 6 trailer; the second is a picture inside an extravagant-looking building that appears to be hosting a battlefield. Finally, the third image shows the coordinates of Saddam Hussein’s palace in Baghdad, Iraq.

Just to show how far fans and devs will go in this hunt for information: you can find the coordinates to Saddam Hussein’s palace in the thumbnail of the Black Ops 6 live action trailer. After reading and watching this information myself, I am left with a single thought: Black Ops 6 is becoming exactly what Call of Duty players needed. Let’s hope Activision hasn’t used up its last shreds of goodwill.

I find myself trying to contain the hype that’s building because for the last three years it’s been disappointment after disappointment from Call of Duty, but the promised land may be just around the corner.

Black Ops 6 is expected to be released sometime later this year.

That’s all we have on the antagonist of Black Ops 6. If you’re looking for more Call of Duty content, check out CoD’s campaigns aren’t what they used to be and new players are lacking, MW3 Zombies’ Most engaging third mode’ anytime, minimal content scheduled, and more in Pro Ludo. Guides.

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