Thursday, March 8th 2018

Activision Announces Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Black Ops is back! In what represents a game-changing experience, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will revolutionize the top-selling series in Call of Duty history when it launches worldwide on Friday, October 12 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Call of Duty fans can tune in Thursday, May 17, when publisher Activision, a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), and award-winning developer Treyarch host the community reveal to a worldwide audience.

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20 Comments on Activision Announces Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

#2
Melvis
Another console port?
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#3
lynx29
"Melvis said:
Another console port?
Actually, Treyarch is the only CoD company who caters to the PC community, it has always had high refresh high rez support out of the box, among other PC benefits. I enjoyed Black Ops II and III quite a bit, none of the other CoD's I enjoyed. Keep on hatin, I guess.
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#4
Melvis
"lynx29 said:
Actually, Treyarch is the only CoD company who caters to the PC community, it has always had high refresh high rez support out of the box, among other PC benefits. I enjoyed Black Ops II and III quite a bit, none of the other CoD's I enjoyed. Keep on hatin, I guess.
Black ops 1 was a console port and a bad one! I have played many COD games and enjoyed most of them but its like flogging a dead horse, its just got old and I havent bothered in any COD since Black ops II. That been said the latest COD I wouldnt mind trying but there always to expensive here in Aus.
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#5
W1zzard
They really had to call it Black Ops IIII ? Probably because kids today are too dumb for roman numerals and would call it "ai veee" ?
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#6
Readlight
I already know somebody who will buy this on PlayStation 4
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#7
kastriot
Getting more money from dead horse lel.
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#8
_JP_
"W1zzard said:
They really had to call it Black Ops IIII ? Probably because kids today are too dumb for roman numerals and would call it "ai veee" ?
You're probably right, Rockstar had to slap "Five" in front of the V, otherwise kids would probably call it "Autov". I disregard roman numerals in marketing/brading. I still don't know if the iPhone is "ex" or "ten". Battlefield went 2, 3, 4, 1, V...I mean, what?
The only ones without fear of roman numerals are JDM games, I figure.
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#9
Th3pwn3r
Same game, different name.
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#13
RejZoR
"W1zzard said:
They really had to call it Black Ops IIII ? Probably because kids today are too dumb for roman numerals and would call it "ai veee" ?
While it's not incorrect, usage of IIII is very uncommon to indicate 4. It's usually IV. Only time I've spotted usage of IIII was on watches. And even that not on many of them.
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#14
Ebo
Same sh*t, just different packing.
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#15
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Heres another reason I like the Battlefield series better. 2 years worth of expansions (free if youre a premium owner), battlepacks that are cosmetic, destructable environment, bigger maps, better modes, better graphics, not released every year.
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#17
lemkeant
"Readlight said:
I already know somebody who will buy this on PlayStation 4
Don't you mean PlayStation IIII ? :D
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#18
Owen1982
Youtube video was in 720p. 'Nuff said?

Also - does "Forget everything you know" actually translate to "You are stupid"?
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#19
Fx
I'll keep my eye on this. I will only play it if it is like the latest CoD 'WW2' where it is a return to boots on the ground. I dont give 2 shits about any double jumps or wall walking crap.
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#20
Prima.Vera
Actually I would have preferred a sequel to Infinite Warfare. That game had a nice universe and story line.
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