The 2018 entry in the long-running Call of Duty franchise - not due out until November, mind you - will be Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 according to industry insider Marcus Sellars as recently reported by Game Rant.
Marcus Sellars, who has leaked other video games related information before official announcements, recently revealed that this year's entry in the Call of Duty series will be Call of Duty Black Ops 4.
Again this shouldn't be that huge of a shock but it's is a big deal that a Nintendo Switch version is coming which says Activision is excited to work with the ground-breaking hybrid system.
Sellars has been accurate a few times-he announced the Nintendo Direct date and was right on the money there-but there's no guarantee this prediction will come to fruition.
The Switch port is apparently being handled by "a company familiar with COD games", so it should be in good hands.
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It hasn't been confirmed as yet when the 2018 addition to the Call of Duty franchise is going to be. Sadly there's not much else to go on other than it'll feature a modern setting and will keep its 'boots on the ground'.
The carousel of lead developers is set to land on Treyarch this year.
What makes this news more interesting is the mention of a Switch release.
A specific studio that's reportedly working on the Switch hasn't been named, but Activision has a small handful of teams that have worked on Call of Duty games in the past, including Beenox and High Moon Studios, so it could be any of those teams.
In the last Black Ops iteration, Treyarch dabbled with the future, but he claims they'll return back to the modern day for Black Ops 4.