Treyarch has covered a wide timeline in the Black Ops series thus far, trying many different settings and at times jumping back and forth between them.
Rumors have included a Nintendo Switch version of Black Ops 4, however, that part has not been verified.
Much of Sellars' report was based around the Nintendo Switch version of the game. Sellers also said that Black Ops IV will be "set in modern times and is boots on the ground", and he reported that it'll be available for Nintendo Switch, as well as the traditional consoles. It is set in the modern era, like Modern Warfare, and will be grounded in realism.
Following the release of last year's World War II, the Call of Duty series is officially back to it roots.
Activision now rotates the development team around the Call of Duty franchise, and with Sledgehammer Games working on the last instalment it's time for Treyarch to step back in line.
Activision's annual return to the Call of Duty franchise has been relatively uninterrupted and 2018 appears to be sticking with the schedule.
If it does turn out to be Black Ops 4 with the series seeing boots on the ground gameplay, many will likely be pleased.
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