There is still very little known about this year's upcoming instalment in the Call of Duty series, Black Ops 4, but a tweet from E3 has all but confirmed the popular Zombies mode will return.
Call of Duty fans will know that there was practically zero chance Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 wasn't going to have a Zombies mode, but with all rumours about the game so far, nothing was off the table.
The tweet teases that those who tune in to the E3 Colosseum livestream will also be given a look back at the history of the mode, in addition to the peak at the future.More news: Tinder Surprised But Unconcerned About Facebook's Dating Push
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Activision and Treyarch now have the game's global reveal set for May 17, so there is a high probability that the campaign and multiplayer could be on display then, all the while saving the Black Ops 4 Zombies Mode for E3. So far, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has been rumoured to have no campaign and a battle royale mode. Thanks to titles like Epic Games' Fortnite and Bluehole Studio's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds dominating news cycles, a major trend favoring battle royale titles seems to continue on an upward swing, and Treyarch may be able to dedicate a solid amount of time to put its own unique spin on the genre that outshines Zombies.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will arrive on October 12 to PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The news is coming from Gaming Intel, with an image of the Black Ops 4 logo underneath Destiny 2 in Battle.net whic his a surprise, as well as the shop featuring a pre-order button.