But it's not done yet.
Even with the possible arrival of a Black Ops IV game this year, Black Ops III remains one of the most sold games of Treyarch, and continues to sell till date. And its latest update has brought some content that multiplayer fans will truly enjoy.
A report by CharlieIntel, a website dedicated to the "Call of Duty" franchise, showcases images from a GameStop product database that has new listings related to "Call of Duty Black Ops 4" merchandise.
However, another lead that seems to point in the direction of a new Black Ops is that National Basketball Association superstar James Harden was shown via a Twitter post arriving just before a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder wearing a very interesting hat along with full camo attire.
At the start of a match, one player is randomly chosen as the first infected whose goal is to infect the other players. Downed players will then respawn as infected with the same aim of converting the remaining players. The game ends when all the players are infected or the survivors survive till the timer runs out.
Knowing that there will be a next CoD coming in 2018, we have never guessed nor had a chance to receive any tip regarding its name. You can check out a gallery of screenshots from the new map at the end of the article.
Now, the real question is probably, "Why?"
Though this update is only small, it shows a commitment to the game by the developer - something that's certainly nice to see close to the inevitable reveal of the next game.
A flurry of recent developments have strengthened the theory that the next Call of Duty title will indeed be Black Ops 4. Although apparently Activision didn't get the memo on how roman numerals work.
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