Last year's Call of Duty: WW2 returned to the boots-on-the-ground approach and saw the franchise's sales bounce back somewhat after its Infinite Warfare low, so it will be interesting to see if there's another dip with Black Ops 4.
The publisher announced Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 in March, along with an October release date - the series typically launches each November.
In the campaign's place could be the Call of Duty series' take on the popular battle royale mode we've seen in games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite.
Or skip it and we'll tell you about it a bit later on.
Prior to the presentation, we'll be streaming the previous Black Ops title, Black Ops 3, and sharing our thoughts on what we can expect from the reveal event.
No further details have been revealed, but some rumors say that Black Ops 4 will be set in modern day with a definitively boots on the ground attitude.
However, during the earnings call from Activision recently, they discussed that they would putting more efforts into the PC side of things, and it looks like that wasn't just big talk.
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