Another year, another addition to the Call of Duty video game series.
It looks like first-person shooter fans will lock and load again this year after the incredibly successful Call of Duty game franchise announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be released later this year. There's no official mention yet of when the new game will be set.
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Usually, the Call Of Duty series releases around the start of November, but moving to October 12th clearly is created to stay away from the 26th October release of Red Dead Redemption 2. Few details have been released about the Treyarch-developed game, but we do know Black Ops 4 will be in gamers' hands by the end of the year. The teaser also hints at the fan-favourite "Zombies" mode. If not, Activision could reveal the version at a later date.
Some may think a Call of Duty release for Oct. 12 is early, given the franchise's history of releasing games in late October or November. Rockstar's famous cowboy title Red Dead Redemption 2 is releasing on October 26th, bringing some competition to CoD's annual sales. This behemoth of a game has the entire industry planning releases to be anywhere except around RDR2's October 26 release date. Both titles are expected to be in the top spots of the charts for many months after their release so, getting a head start in this competition seems like a good thing for Activision.
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We will keep an eye on this title and let you guys know when we hear something from Activision.
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