If Black Ops 4 is indeed the next Call of Duty game, it will be released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC (and maybe Switch). Additionally, he claims that the game will support the Switch's HD Rumble and motion controls, with it also set to receive additional DLC further down the road. In a series of posts made over the past few days, Sellars also referenced a Nintendo Switch version of Black Ops 4 was in development - a detail we're still working to verify. It is also being ported by a company that is familiar with COD games.
Even though the rumor comes from a reliable source, we have to take everything with a grain of salt until an official announcement comes in.
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Just like sports simulations that receive an annual refresh, gamers already expect a yearly installment from Activision's popular shooter and see a new Call of Duty game. Now Black Ops 4 has the rumors about it flying here, there and everywhere.
Returning to the Black Ops arm of the franchise doesn't seem like a far-fetched move for Activision - the last time we saw a Black Ops title was 2015 with Black Ops 3.
Each November for over a decade now, publisher Activision has dropped a new Call of Duty game on the market. While the game itself is no surprise, the fact that it is coming to Nintendo Switch is.
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Ernesto Valverde's men have otherwise proved to be exceptionally resilient, so it was perhaps unsurprising they were able to turn around the tie.
If it does turn out to be Black Ops 4 with the series seeing boots on the ground gameplay, many will likely be pleased.
Eurogamer is claiming that Black Ops 4 "will dial back to better fit the series' recent desire for a more grounded feeling".
We know it can be done - Black Ops 2 had a perfectly enjoyable campaign with really interesting multiple endings.
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