Call Of Duty 2018 Rumored To Be Black Ops 4

Call Of Duty 2018 Rumored To Be Black Ops 4

We know that Treyarch, the studio responsible for the Call of Duty: Black Ops series, is working on a new project, most probably Black Ops 4.

Sellars has bigger claims, stating that Black Ops 4 will release on the Nintendo Switch as well as the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

According to Sellars, this year's "COD" game will be "Black Ops 4". The only difference is that it will take place in the modern era and will have the soldiers fighting on the ground only.

We hear that the Switch version will support DLC, HD rumble, and motion controls, but other than that, there aren't very many details about it just yet.

With Treyarch on deck for this year's installment of Call of Duty, it's wasn't a far stretch to think that they'd be continuing with the Black Ops series. As it stands now, most rumors/information pertaining to Call of Duty 2018 seem to point to a more modern entry to the series.

Word of Black Ops 4 first appeared online this week in a Twitter post from self-styled "industry insider" Marcus Sellars.

Even though the rumor comes from a reliable source, we have to take everything with a grain of salt until an official announcement comes in.

Like clockwork, there will be a new "Call of Duty" game this holiday season.

The Switch port is apparently being handled by "a company familiar with COD games", so it should be in good hands.

At the moment, it kind of feels like Switch port rumors float around every single game before the developers have to come out and say "yes" or "no". More information will likely be coming within the next few months, so be sure to stay tuned for that. Released in 2015, Black Ops 3 was set in 2065 and featured a sci-fi plot. We still don't know when an announcement will arrive, but we might know what the announcement will be.

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