It seems that the duvet artwork for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has been leaked earlier than the official reveal for the sport due on May 17. Ads on gaming web site IGN have thrown up what seems to be the duvet artwork for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 together with a pre-order button. A screenshot of the advert made its approach to the Black Ops 4 subreddit the place followers speculate what the sport might finally include primarily based on this picture, gleaning potential hints to the timeline during which the sport takes place or its rumoured battle royale mode. Black Ops 4’s launch date is October 12.
This follows a tweet from the Call of Duty account that exhibits off the PS4 Pro emblem on the finish of a six second teaser, suggesting on the continuation of Activision’s advertising and marketing partnership with Sony for the Call of Duty video games that stretches again to 2015’s Call of Duty: Black Ops three. Prior entries have been marketed in collaboration with Microsoft for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Previously, US retailer Gamestop has displayed Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Nintendo Switch instances asking clients to pre-order the sport. This comes days earlier than an official Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reveal slated for May 17. When Call of Duty: Black Ops was introduced on March eight there was no point out of a Nintendo Switch model. Given the alleged multiplayer and on-line focus of this 12 months’s Call of Duty, it appears unlikely. More so when you think about that the Nintendo Switch Online service has simply been introduced and is untested to cope with the heavy site visitors a Call of Duty recreation often brings.
To make issues much more puzzling, reputed Call of Duty fan web site Charlie Intel claimed that this can be a hoax, suggesting it was made by an uninformed Gamestop worker.
Considering how fashionable Call of Duty: Black Ops three nonetheless is, it is no shock to see Activision proceed with video games set in the identical universe. For Nintendo, it means a return of Call of Duty to its consoles. The final title to grace a Nintendo console was Call of Duty: Ghosts for the Nintendo Wii U again in 2013.
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