Rumour: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is this year's CoD game

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Treyarch's Black Ops 3 was released in 2015, Infinite Warfare from Infinity Ward was released in 2016 and a year ago we went boots on the ground with Sledgehammer Games Call of Duty: WWII. Until then, we look to industry insiders and leaks. It is set in the modern times and is boots on the ground.

Right now we recommend taking this info with a pinch of salt.

Apparently, therefore, the next Call of Duty developed by Treyarch would be nothing but Black Ops 4, a new chapter set in the modern era that should abandon exoskeletons and thrusters, focusing on a more realistic gameplay that does not include huge jumps or walks on walls.

However, the tipster's track record on rumours like these are somewhat patchy, although he has successfully revealed info on Darks Souls Remastered and Nintendo's recently revealed cardboard toy, Labo, ahead of announcement.

The true question is, would you like to see Call of Duty 2018 explore a modern time with modern tech and weapons? Considering the company is also behind Call of Duty Black Ops, Black Ops II and Black Ops 3, it's extremely likely that Call of Duty Black Ops 4 is a thing. The Nintendo Switch version of this title is said to have support for DLC and unique features like HD Rumble and motion controls. The new title is said to offer a "boots on the ground" experience, meaning that forward-thinking equipment like jetpacks seen in titles like Advanced Warfare may not be present. Interestingly though, this year's installment may pop up on the Nintendo Switch, in addition to the PC, Xbox One and PS4.

It's very interesting that Treyarch will be continuing on with their Black Ops series, as it would be the first in the series to go beyond a trilogy.

Much of Sellars' report was based around the Nintendo Switch version of the game.

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