After a certain voice actor made a tweet and then deleted it “#blackops3 #nextcod” included in his tweet about doing work that day, it became a media frenzy that the next Call of Duty game could in fact become Black Ops 3. An announcement from the official Activision and Treyarch camps is expected to arrive some time in March 2014 to confirm and reveal Black Ops 3 to the world for the very first time, if theories are correct.
However, let us take a moment to look at the issue of leaking. Would it really be a voice actor’s best idea (or whoever was near their twitter account at the time being) to leak something like this? Not likely. Perhaps Activision has strategically leaked this information ahead of schedule through the popular voice actor’s twitter account in order to take attention off of Ghosts unsatisfying, and often ridiculed gameplay, and remind gamers that Treyarch still has a next-gen COD coming and it’s probably a lot better.
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