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None of this is a surprise, given that Black Ops creator Treyarch is confirmed as developing this year's game.

We'll be referring to the rumoured title as Call of Duty Black Ops 4 from now on as the made-up roman numeral over there is pinging our OCD something FIERCE.

Call of Duty: Black Ops III was originally released on November 6, 2015, and is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.

Despite doing the rounds for more than two years, Call of Duty: Black Ops III is still getting support, with Treyarch deploying update 1.27.

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According to popular gaming forum, ResetEra, marketing for new Call of Duty games traditionally begins around the National Basketball Association playoffs in early May or late April. What you do get in the box though is a fantastic return to form for Call of Duty with a solid multiplayer that will hopefully grow and evolve in future map pack updates. We will probably find out what the new game will be out this May or June.

Treyarch's massively popular COD: Black Ops sub-brand is set to get another first-person shooter game.

Eurogamer hasn't been able to verify information about the Nintendo Switch version of the game, but the site's unnamed, un-linked and also unverified "sources" have reportedly stated that this year's entry will be Black Ops 4. One player is chosen to be the infected, and his goal is to infect other players by downing them. Players are scouring Redwood Snow for clues about the next game, but it doesn't appear they've found anything substantial yet.