The Call of Duty franchise has been successfully trapping our minds, much before EA DICE's Battlefield became what it is today. Since the old days of World War II settings to the Cold War of the 70s to the modern day warfare, the franchise has seen it all. With all that said, we are now expecting the third instalment in the franchise's Black Ops side of things.
But before we can talk about a potential Black Ops 3 being on the cards for players, it seems like rumours related to it could actually come true. And the path has been shown by online retailer Amazon, which listed a certain Call of Duty: Black Ops Combo pack, throwing caution to the wind that Activision might be working on it.
The combo pack, going by the new listing, should include the original Black Ops, the First Strike DLC pack, and Black Ops 2. Interestingly enough, the listing is only for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and does not ever specify any Xbox One or PlayStation 4 versions, which might sound a bit unnatural.
As of now, the combo pack for the Black Ops chapter of the franchise has been listed with release date of 1 May. And that is sure to raise a few eyebrows since Activision does have a habit of releasing new Call of Duty games in May. But we shall see.