It is worth pointing out that this is not the first time that "Black Ops 4" was mentioned as the potential series offering for this year.
Rumors of Black Ops IV originally stemmed from industry insider Marcus Sellars, who tweeted about the title's potential name on February 3. He noted that the new game will be released for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and somewhat surprisingly, the Nintendo Switch.
Sellars has a notable track record, having previously correctly predicted the Dark Souls Switch port and Nintendo Labo before both were announced.
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Apparently, 2018 will see the return of the Black Ops sub-series, one of the few constants in the Call of Duty franchise as a whole.
Earlier we reported on a rumor from industry insider Marcus Sellars who said that Black Ops 4 is not only happening, but will be this year's annual Call of Duty game. 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. It is set to launch later this year, presumably during the holiday window when most Call of Duty games are released.
Black Ops 4 is in development at Treyarch, the Activision studio behind the three other Black Ops games, and as you'd expect is due for launch late in the year. Activision's Call of Duty reveals are on a clockwork schedule.
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Its leaders must realise that people had trusted the party by providing it a clear majority of its own in the Lok Sabha . At present, it is exclusively banking on the anti-BJP vote to put itself back in harness.
What we don't know are the nitty gritty details at this point.
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President Donald Trump said he ordered Mattis to conduct the Nuclear Posture Review within days of taking office past year . The Pentagon called for the United States to develop two new types of weapons in an update of its nuclear policy Friday.
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