Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Release Date Announced
After many rumors and speculations in the gaming community Call of Duty has tweeted and made it official, the next installment of the Call of Duty franchise will be a continuation of their highly rated Black Ops story line. Their post, which contains a teaser video can be viewed below.
Subsequently, On March 6th, NBA on ESPN posted a clip of Houston’s Rockets star James Harden on twitter with what appeared to be a Black Ops 4 logo.
Treyarch also released new content for their Black Ops 3, leading many to speculate that they are reeling back old players by dusting off their copies as they await the newest installment.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) March 8, 2018
As expected and reported earlier this year, Activision has teamed up with Treyarch, who is responsible for whole Black Ops series, to develop the game for an earlier than usual Fall release. It comes as little surprise, Activision switches between studios on a three-year cycle and it has been three years since the release of CoD: Black Ops 3.
No further details have been provided besides it’s going to be less sci-fi and oriented on boots on the ground. A special event will be held on May 17 by Activision to reveal the game publicly, but it is unknown if more will be reported until then.
Black Ops 4 will have a worldwide release on Friday, October 12, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It has not been confirmed if the game will be released on the Nintendo Switch.