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This Years Call Of Duty Will Be Black Ops 4

This Years Call Of Duty Will Be Black Ops 4

A notable industry insider who is said to be close to the development team of Call of Duty, has reported that the next instalment in the franchise will continue the Black Ops series - and is rumored to be coming to Nintendo Switch. Naturally, that means Treyarch is up next.

Meanwhile, details regarding the new entry to the first-person shooter franchise claim it will be set in modern times, which seems to be supported by a job listing posted by the publisher and developer previous year.

In the last Black Ops iteration, Treyarch dabbled with the future, but he claims they'll return back to the modern day for Black Ops 4.

According to the source, it is set in the modern era and will be grounded in realism.

Stay tuned for more details on Call of Duty Black Ops 4, if it's announced! The Nintendo Switch version of this title is said to have support for DLC and unique features like HD Rumble and motion controls. The job listing seeks a person to help make the 2018 edition of Call of Duty more "modern" by having a "Deep knowledge base of firearms and modern military technology". It will have the hard task of following the very popular series of Call of Duty: WWII. Sellars predicted that a remastered version of the first Dark Souls would be ported to Switch as well as the latest Nintendo Direct date.

Since we are talking about an unconfirmed rumor, we invite you to take the news with a pinch of salt waiting for any official confirmation. Treyarch does have a history of releasing COD games on Nintendo consoles, so this isn't a stretch. We'll surely hear more reports and rumors about the 2018 Call of Duty game in the coming weeks. The franchise desperately needs to sustain the momentum that WWII has generated.

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