The unannounced game will be revealed on May 23 - about a week after Black Ops 4 - and is rumored to be returning to the series' World War II roots.
The one in the middle is very, very similar to National Basketball Association star, former San Francisco Giants' pitcher Brian Wilson, who was indeed spotted with Call of Duty merchandise and a hat with what was discovered to be the official logo of Black Ops 4 ahead of its first confirmation.
According to a report by TrueAchievements, most Call of Duty players have completed less than half of the campaign across all 13 games released to date. Tune in to the stream below for all the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 deets. There were rumors circulating around that the upcoming game would not include a single-player campaign mode and focus on featuring more multiplayer options like battle royale instead.
The box art for the game leaked out earlier, but as you can see below it doesn't really give much away about the setting, except that it's not WWII. Are the zombies more zombie-like than they've ever have been before?
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.