• News
  • IT

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Is The 2018 CoD Game, Apparently

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Is The 2018 CoD Game, Apparently

Sources credit Marcus Sellars, a known industry insider, with the latest leaks concerning Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

So, not only is CoD 2018 supposedly going to be Black Ops 4, but it's also going to be boots on ground, and available on the Nintendo Switch.

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.

The Switch port is apparently being handled by "a company familiar with COD games", so it should be in good hands.

Sellars does have some history of predicting what might happen before it has actually happened.

Uma Thurman Reveals She Was One of Harvey Weinstein's Victims
Afterwards, she says Weinstein made an unwanted advance in a hotel room during an argument, and later "pushed me down". But she alleged the first "attack" came not long after the odd meeting in Paris, at the Savoy Hotel in London.

Following the release of last year's World War II, the Call of Duty series is officially back to it roots. It was followed by another prediction that Japanese gaming company will introduce the Labo accessories as well as the Nintendo Direct date for January. The Switch version of the game will support the game's DLC like its counterparts and will feature the system's unique HD Rumble and motion control options. Based on the requirements posted for the position, the team wanted someone with a deep knowledge base of firearms and modern military technology.

After the success of Call of Duty: WWII and the return to "boots on ground" style gameplay, we've been left wondering what's next for the series.

Treyarch is handling this year's Call of Duty game, and so it's probably no surprise to learn that rumours are pegging the identity of the project as none other than Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Death, taxes and an annually released Call of Duty game.

Mario Party 11 seems to be under development in the studio of ND Cube and the launch is scheduled for next year on the Nintendo Switch.

Leave Your Comment

Leave Your Comment


Latest News

  • New Zealand Sevens round-up: Southern Hemisphere domination continues with Fiji victory

    New Zealand Sevens round-up: Southern Hemisphere domination continues with Fiji victory

    Cup quarter-finals: Fiji 12-10 Samoa , New Zealand 19-12 England, Kenya 12-33 Australia, South Africa 22-0 Scotland. New Zealand were denied in the bronze medal match , after they were edged 8-7 by rivals Australia.
    Female shooter opens fire in SCHOOL - casualties reported

    Female shooter opens fire in SCHOOL - casualties reported

    The girl was booked into Juvenile Hall on Thursday night on suspicion of negligently discharging a firearm on school grounds. It happened at 08:55 local time (16:55 GMT) on Thursday at Salvador Castro Middle School in the Westlake district.
    Alexa Can Now Send Texts: Here's How

    Alexa Can Now Send Texts: Here's How

    Amazon is offering several interesting features in the United States with Alexa, but in India, the features are pretty limited. Amazon is likely hoping the exposure will help it maintain strong Echo sales and fend off competition from Google and Apple.
  • First 'Super Blue Blood Moon' for over 150 years

    First 'Super Blue Blood Moon' for over 150 years

    During an eclipse , the moon will pass to the Earth's shadow which will give it a reddish tint, known as a " blood moon ". The skies over Taiwan tonight (Jan. 31) will be illuminated by the extremely rare trifecta of a super, blue and red moon.

    Kate Middleton And Prince William Have IKEA Furniture In Kensington Palace

    Kate and William are not staying with the royals and will instead be hosted in the Residence of the British Ambassador to Sweden. And the mum, who is six months pregnant with her third child , was proudly showing off her baby bump throughout the evening.
    Chris Stapleton will bring summer tour to Boston area

    Chris Stapleton will bring summer tour to Boston area

    Citi card members will have access to purchase pre-sale tickets through Citi's Private Pass Program beginning at 10 a.m. The Colonial Life Arena announced Monday that Stapleton's "All-American Road Show" will stop in Columbia on October 25.
  • U.S.  says Syria may be developing new types of chemical weapons

    U.S. says Syria may be developing new types of chemical weapons

    The officials say it's "highly likely" that Syria kept a stockpile of weapons. It was followed by missile strikes by U.S. military on a Syrian air base.
    Trump taking tougher stance on Russian Federation  nuclear threat

    Trump taking tougher stance on Russian Federation nuclear threat

    Shannon said that nuclear terrorism remained a major threat in the 21st century and countries need to work to mitigate it. Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said the USA will keep a close watch on nuclear proliferation activities.
    Safadi briefs Arab counterparts on efforts to address US Jerusalem move

    Safadi briefs Arab counterparts on efforts to address US Jerusalem move

    Abbas will attend the routine monthly meeting on the Middle East, which focuses on the Israel-Palestinian issue. Council members also have the opportunity to speak about the situation.
  • U.S.  sanctions Hamas chief; lists him on terror list

    U.S. sanctions Hamas chief; lists him on terror list

    Sami Abu Zuhri, a Hamas official, told Reuters on Wednesday that the usa terrorist designation of Haniyeh was "worthless". They said that the Palestinian people are not waiting for a good behaviour certificate to receive from the Americans.
    Services exports grew at 16.2% during Apr-Sept: Economic Survey

    Services exports grew at 16.2% during Apr-Sept: Economic Survey

    The central government is trying to further push the sector through initiatives such as Startup India, the survey noted. Here are the five main tax predictions made in Economic Survey 2018.
    North Korea Could Nuke The US In A Few Months: CIA Chief

    North Korea Could Nuke The US In A Few Months: CIA Chief

    Joining Trump's guests in the gallery, Ji, who lost a hand and foot, now heads a group that rescues and resettles North Korean refugees.
  • NK's ceremonial leader to lead high-level delegation to S. Korea

    NK's ceremonial leader to lead high-level delegation to S. Korea

    Besides athletes, North Korea has also agreed to send hundreds of musicians and entertainers to the games, which end February 25. Later Saturday, North Korean short-track speed skater Jong Kwang Bom practiced at the arena's main ice rink.
    VIDEO shows precision strike on militants that downed Russian jet in Syria

    VIDEO shows precision strike on militants that downed Russian jet in Syria

    The military said Saturday's deaths were related to Turkey's operation against Syrian Kurdish-held Afrin, codenamed Olive Branch. Earlier in the day, the Observatory and the media arm of al-Qaida-linked militants reported intense airstrikes in Idlib.
    63 million women 'missing' across India

    63 million women 'missing' across India

    Preference for boys leads to skewed gender ratio in India due to foeticide, disease, neglect, or inadequate nutrition . Sending a young woman to her new husband with a dowry has been but many families still practice this custom.
  • Oil prices sink as United States  stock market slumps and dollar strengthens

    Oil prices sink as United States stock market slumps and dollar strengthens

    Inventories are reported with a two-month lag, so by the time they have reached the five-year average, OPEC may be late to react. The investment bank said Brent likely will average $75 a barrel over the next three months, up from an earlier forecast of $62.
    Amazon's stock surges after earnings more than double, revenue beats

    Amazon's stock surges after earnings more than double, revenue beats

    Amazon noted that the fourth quarter earnings includes a tax benefit of roughly $ 789 million due to the change in US tax code. The three companies unveiled a yet-to-be-named company to give their US workers and families a better health insurance option.
    Kenya switches off TV stations amid opposition swearing-in fete

    Kenya switches off TV stations amid opposition swearing-in fete

    Although there is no legal backing for Odinga's "inauguration", many supporters like Peter Musyoka are optimistic. The security apparatus of Kalonzo Musyoka the vice president of NASA leader Raila Odinga has been withdrawn.

Breaking News



Recommended

Stronger orders drive January services growth to three-month high: PMI

A number above 50 indicates an expansion in activity, while a figure below that points to a contraction. The services PMI came in at 54.7 at the start of the year compared to 53.9 in December.

Study shows polar bear metabolic rates are higher than previously predicted

A study published this week in Science found the endangered species may need much more energy to survive than previously believed. Our measures of metabolism were considerably higher than previous estimates of polar bear metabolic rates.

Trump Implores Senate To Vote On Hardline Immigration Bill

The flood of low-skilled immigrants into the USA has suppressed wages, harmed American workers and strained federal resources. President Donald Trump is calling on Senate Republicans to bring his immigration framework to a vote.

Nokia 3310 Feature Phone Gets A 4G Flavour

The device features a 1200mAH battery , which the company claims will give a standby time of 12days on 4G. The pricing of the device will also be unveiled during the mega event, going to be held in Spain.

Shopian killing: Army files its version

Vaid on Tuesday said the police will take into consideration the Army version of the incident. Also, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti criticised Army for the civilians killing.

Tariq Ramadan: French police question Muslim scholar over rape claims

Soon after, Ramadan was accused of making sexual advances on four women who studied under him as teenagers in Geneva. She described the alleged assault in her autobiography but at the time, did not name Ramadan to avoid legal issues.

Amazon Is Tackling Healthcare With Help From JPMorgan Chase And Warren Buffett

I want to share with you a new initiative we're undertaking in partnership with Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase. We are going to start to see more and more cutting out the insurers and doing self-insured health plans.

After Redskins trade for Smith, cornerback becomes an immediate need

A number of teams, including the Jets , Broncos , Browns, Dolphins, Cardinals, Bills etc. are all potential landing spots. The transaction itself, however, can not be completed until March 14 at 3 p.m., the first day of the new league year.

Flu cases - and deaths - continue rising in Pennsylvania

If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub. "Adenovirus is a very common virus", said Dr. DHEC does not release county-by-county figures, so it's unclear if Chesterfield has had any flu deaths.

Seine Reaches Peak in Paris

French meteorologists say the months of December and January were the third wettest ever since records began in 1900. It's enough to worry Joao de Macedo, janitor at a residential building in Paris's upscale 16th Arrondissement.