COD: Black Ops 4 teased, could launch on Nintendo Switch

Angelica Greene
February 6, 2018

According to a rumor circulating online, this year's game will be Call of Duty Black Ops 4.

Again this shouldn't be that huge of a shock but it's is a big deal that a Nintendo Switch version is coming which says Activision is excited to work with the ground-breaking hybrid system.

The Nintendo Switch version will be ported by a development studio who is familiar with the Call of Duty franchise.

He posted the details about the new title on TwitterCOD 2018 is Black Ops 4 and is coming to PS4, Xbox, PC, and Switch.

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Now, the incoming 2018 title is reportedly titled Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, according to rumors. While we don't know officially if any of this is true, it doesn't take a genius to guess that Switch support will be massive for the next game, and that Activision will ditch those jet-packs, which didn't go down entirely well with fans of the multi-million dollar franchise. While Sellars has a decent track record - he correctly outed the likes of Dark Souls and Labo for Switch - he's also had some misses too, and is by no means an official source of info. As it stands now, most rumors/information pertaining to Call of Duty 2018 seem to point to a more modern entry to the series. What's even more interesting, the game would be a straight forward arrival on Nintendo Switch. Death, taxes and an annually released Call of Duty game.

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.

Considering how popular Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 still is, it's no surprise to see Activision continue with games set in the same universe.

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