Activision has just recently released Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 DLC 4, Salvation, a product of tireless work and effort by the Treyarch team in order to make this year an incredible one for Back Ops players.
However, while some players are still warming up with the game, others are already wondering about the future of the series which is no doubt one of the best installation within the Call of Duty franchise so far.
The game maker has not made a statement pertaining to Black Ops 4 released date yet, but an email leak earlier this year titled the fourth installation as Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Retribution and created a lot of curiosity for the game. Several trailer leaks of the upcoming game popped up on YouTube, but the last time we checked, none of those appear to be the real deal. And so, the waiting game continues, and we can only look forward to an even better rendition of Black Ops somewhere along the road.
There has been some reports about the game’s features although these mostly are rumors. But it wouldn’t probably hurt to speculate until Activision officially announced Black Ops 4 features.
Information has been very scarce; however, it doesn’t take a genius to guess that the zombie mode would be on board the fourth installation. The COD has been previously using the feature in its previous series, including Black Ops 3, so it’s likely to be available in the upcoming game too.
And regarding Black Ops 4 making it to PS and Xbox One in 2018, there is a high chance for that to happen – although the game maker has been tight lipped about it yet. DLC 4 Salvation made it to these devices just last September, so why not the fourth? The recent release include the thrilling climax of the Zombies origin saga in Revelation and introduced four unique multiplayer environments including Outlaw, a western setting which appeared in Black Ops 2, Standoff.
Activision has consistently maintained a two-year interval for the release of its Call of Duty games, so unless changes and big improvements happen, Black Ops 4 is going to see the light of day in 2018. It is also highly likely that the game’s development will continue to be handled by Treyarch.
In the meantime, here’s something that would probably make Black Ops fans happy – Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 DLC 4, Salvation is now available in PS4, Windows PC and Xbox One. Reports have it though that Salvation would be the last downloadable content for Black Ops, which means that players would have to purchase a CD to download the game’s future series.
Meanwhile, Treyarch has reportedly released a patch update for PS4 Xbox One that includes several improvements concerning zombie mode, multiplayer mode, Gorod Krovi and others. Fixes has also been made for PS4, particularly concerning maps. It is possible that the developer will be adding more maps for multiplayer mode, and these will be made available in December.