Call Of Duty: Black Ops IIII Announced, Launches October 12th

Doug Carpenter
March 12, 2018

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is set to be officially released on October 12, 2018, and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. It was also reported that the new installment will have far less of a science-fiction feel to it, since "Black Ops 3" was entirely focused on its sci-fi elements.

Call Of Duty games are obviously very popular, having sold somewhere in the area of 300 million copies since the series kicked off back in 2003, and now stands at around $15 billion in sales.

Fans can expect more information about Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII on May 17th, when Activision and Treyarch will be hosting a "Community Reveal Event".

MW2 Remastered would likely prove very popular if revealed by Activision at E3 2018.

The announcement of the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on March 8th came as somewhat a surprise, being much earlier than expected, and it looks like PC fans could be in for a surprise of their own. But we know that there would be a special event on May 17th to showcase and present the next Black Ops game.

The "Black Ops 4" release may be months away, but that does not mean that players will be without new "Black Ops" content before then.

As seen in a report from Kotaku, Activision declined to comment when asked about a potential Switch release.

COD 2018 is Black Ops 4 and is coming to PS4/Xbox/PC/Switch. However, those who have complete faith in Treyarch's ability to bring a solid COD experience can go ahead and pre-order the game right now.

Destiny 2 is the only Activision release on the service, and is now exclusive to on PC, but according to the Call of Duty website, it looks like Black Ops 4 will still be available on Steam as well.

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