After weeks of speculation and leaks pointed to a fourth Black Ops game being the next entry in the blockbuster franchise, Activision confirmed the rumors. The Zombies modes have been some of the most popular for the franchise over the past few game releases, so it makes sense that Treyarch would deliver another one to fans who have stuck with the franchise the last few years. However, a community reveal event will take place on Thursday, May 17 where Activision and Treyarch will likely show off the game for the first time to the world.
It also looks like a zombies mode will be included, to nobody's surprise.
According to a report from CharlieIntel, the "Call of Duty" profile login site was updated recently, and it now allows players to link their Blizzard Battle.net accounts with their "Call of Duty" accounts. The game is expected in mid-October of this year. It will also be coming earlier than usual with a release date of October 12th, 2018.More news: Wenger opens up on messages of support from Ferguson
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The game has the subtitle of Black Ops IIII.
Check out the official Call of Duty website for more information on Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Following the darker approach of the Black Ops series, we can see there is a psychological element present; one that will inevitably affect the gameplay of the first-person shooter. The reason behind this decision is probably Red Dead Redemption 2. EA will have to choose wisely with Battlefield. This has been set for May 17th, 2018 - right before this year's E3 event.
Ben is from Kentucky where he originally began playing games (an activity he still continues to this day).