Sellars says that it will support DLC, HD Rumble, and motion controls. Infinity War and Sledgehammer have cycled through their Call of Duty entries, and everyone knew that it was Treyarch's turn at bat.
It is official. The next Call of Duty video game is going to be a sequel to the Black Ops Series. Neither Activision nor Treyarch have said anything officially about this year's Call of Duty game, so take all leaked and rumors on the internet in this regard with a grain of salt.
Treyarch released Black Ops III in 2015, followed by Infinity Ward's Infinite Warfare in 2016 and Sledgehammer's WWII a year ago. Sellars also tweeted that the game would be coming to Nintendo Switch, though Treyarch would not be handling the Switch version. It is set in the modern times and is boots on the ground. This year's Call of Duty installment will be handled by Treyarch and not so surprisingly, this has led to rumors of Black Ops 4. The streak system in Call of Duty WW2 is pretty balanced so we hope that Black Ops 4 can follow it up.
Six Nations reviewing a number of HIA incidents from Paris game
Josh van der Flier is a major doubt for the Dublin encounter, after he suffered knee ligament damage during the victory in Paris . France had used all their replacements and would not have been permitted to send Machenaud back on if a HIA was not required.
There hasn't been a Call of Duty game on a Nintendo console since Call of Duty: Ghosts hit the Wii U in 2013.
The wording of "familiar with COD games" is a bit odd, considering I'm familiar with those games existing but took a years-long break before jumping back in with WWII. Black Ops 3 was the first in that sub-series to shoot into the future, but the series began as a boots-on-the-ground ordeal. We still don't know when an announcement will arrive, but we might know what the announcement will be.
Shareholders were satiated with a return to roots in the most recent Call of Duty.