Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Is The 2018 CoD Game, Apparently

Posted February 07, 2018

Activision's fourth quarter earnings call will go live in just a few days, and we'll be sure to report on any interesting tidbits that paint more pictures of Black Ops 4.

The next game in the popular franchise could be Call of Duty: Black Ops IV, according to a report by Eurogamer.

It is also not known which platforms the game will reach, but it is estimated that the title will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. "The Switch version is being ported by a company already familiar with the Call of Duty titles and will be fully featured, including support for HD Rumble, DLC and motion controls".

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The first Black Ops was when the Call of Duty franchise was at its peak and, hopefully, this next iteration continues a trend to reclaim the franchise's identity like it did with WW2.

Marcus Sellars, who has a track record of predicting future releases and software in the gaming industry, has said in no uncertain terms, that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be released - set in the modern era, and with boots on the ground combat.

He claims that Cod 2018 will be set in "modern times", which links up with a 2017 job listing that Activision and Treyach released. For most of the series' life, each new installment has been the best-selling game the year it came out. It's hard to tell, but it is unlikely we'll see mechs in Black Ops 4.

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Marcus Sellars, who has leaked other video games related information before official announcements, recently revealed that this year's entry in the Call of Duty series will be Call of Duty Black Ops 4.

The last Call of Duty game for a Nintendo console was 2013's COD: Ghosts, which launched for Wii U. The Black Ops storyline started with Call of Duty: World at War, which takes place during World War II.

What we don't know are the nitty gritty details at this point.

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