Call of Duty 2018 is Reportedly Black Ops 4

Call of Duty 2018 is Black Ops 4; Coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch

Call of Duty 2018 is Black Ops 4; Coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch

It won't be long before we hear more about the next Call of Duty game.

The true question is, would you like to see Call of Duty 2018 explore a modern time with modern tech and weapons?

Last year, the developer took the franchise back to its roots, which was set during the events of World War II.

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Information about Black Ops 4 first surfaced online this week in a Twitter post by "industry insider" Marcus Sellars. Sellars also mentions the Switch version will be ported by a studio familiar with the Call of Duty franchise.

Although Activision and Treyarch are working on a new Call of Duty game, the two have not disclosed that it will be Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Black Ops 1, released in 2010, remains the high watermark. Activision's Call of Duty reveals are on a clockwork schedule. A new Call of Duty game has not released for a Nintendo console since 2013's Ghosts launched on Wii U.

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Though Black Ops 3 had a fantastic multiplayer mode, its main campaign left something to be desired. These reports are not the only ones about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and its launch this year, as some Cowen & Company analysts also forecasted it that way.

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As expected, it will be released on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as PC, but more surprisingly, Sellars claims that it will also be available on the Nintendo Switch.

As for Black Ops 4, we knew it was on the way.

That Activision would want to revisit the Black Ops series for a fourth installment isn't much of a surprise.

A little innovation certainly doesn't hurt and we definitely wouldn't object to some new features in a formula that's tried, tested and beginning to tire.

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