The folks over at Treyarch Studios are busy working on the next Call of Duty game.
That's at least according to industry tipster, Marcus Sellars, who claims that not only is Black Ops 4 emerging from cover later this year, but it'll also hit the Switch in addition to PS4, PC, and Xbox One. The Switch version will support DLC, HD Rumble and motion controls.
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.
"COD 2018 is Black Ops 4 and is coming to PS4/Xbox/PC/Switch".
It's worth keeping in mind that Activsion and Treyarch have not disclosed CoD 2018's setting, which means that we'll find out more information about this game later this year or around E3 2018.
While Call of Duty: WWII did just come out a couple of months ago, all eyes are on what Activision intends to reveal next in the series.
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Sellars is himself known to be an expert of all things Nintendo specifically, having predicted the release of Nintendo Labo. Most gamers reportedly loved that the series went back to its "boots on the ground" gameplay and apparently, they are glad that the next installment will continue to do so. It is set in the modern era, like Modern Warfare, and will be grounded in realism. Sellars didn't specify whether or not the game would be part of Nintendo's FY'19 release slate (if the game releases before March 2019 it's part of FY19, if it releases after it'll be part of FY'20).