James Harden is Wearing a Call of Duty


According to the tipster, there are listings in the GameStop system for lanyards, as well as various other listings for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 related clothing.

However, another lead that seems to point in the direction of a new Black Ops is that National Basketball Association superstar James Harden was shown via a Twitter post arriving just before a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder wearing a very interesting hat along with full camo attire. After a few seconds, one player will turn infected, and will be tasked with infecting (killing) survivors until all of the players are infected or until the time runs out.

Last month, it was being reported that Call of Duty Black Ops 4 is this year's entry in the series.

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There have been countless rumors that this year's next big "Call of Duty" game will be a sequel to the popular Black Ops subseries, but Activision has yet to confirm anything as of now. The company should announce new info at its E3 2018 event in June. With Sledgehammer taking a back seat, Treyarch are back in the development seat.

There is no official word from Activision or Treyarch yet, however, so take these reports with a pinch of salt. Older CoD titles are well-known for having extended lifespans, with many players choosing to stick with their favourite multiplayer iteration, rather than move on to more contemporary games in the series.

That player's objective would be to infect all the other players by killing them.