Call of Duty Black Ops II was a runaway hit that brought Treyarch back to the scene after their most impressive COD ever, the World at War.
Activision announced that three different studios will be handling the game developer in the future based on which Sledgehammer launched their Advanced Warfare and now it’s already time for another Call of Duty.
An update for Black Ops II rolled out on all platforms and when players tried to find what was new in it, they were simply disappointed. It hardly had any bug fixes, patches, graphical improvements or anything significant expect for a poster with a Snapchat code in it.
The symbol found in all in-game posters were actually friend request codes on the Snapchat social networking website. Once you activate it, you will find a teaser video.
All the video features is an eye that blinks and a woodland area which slowly leads to a snowy land. Players strongly claim that this it is Call of Duty Black Ops III because the images tease the roman numeral III indirectly.
Given the great success of the game, it is not surprising if Treyarch loves to create another Black Ops. It is to be seen how the new game fares because Sledgehammer has diverted the franchise into futuristic warfare.
Activision confirmed about two months ago that Treyarch is gearing up to launch their Call of Duty game in fall 2015. Combining all these information together, it is evident that the developers and publishers are gearing up to showcase their next big launch.
While a lot of players complain that the yearly launches are boring and diluting the franchise, it still sells which is why Activision is making more games and even increased the number of developers to boost its development cycle. Meanwhile, Advanced Warfare has revealed new DLC content with four new maps and weapons.
— Nick (@Nipple_Nicholas) April 7, 2015