Black Ops 6 is still reportedly coming to PS4

A Black Ops operator holds two pistols.

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We are now halfway through the life cycle of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, but Obligations It doesn’t seem to have given up yet on the next-gen consoles that preceded them. An apparent GameStop leak suggests that Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 will still come to PS4 and Xbox One, but will still cost the same as the $70 “next-gen” versions.

An apparent photograph circulated by CharlieIntel shows SKUs and prices for 2024 Obligations in the GameStop inventory system. The image lists Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PS4, priced at $70 each, with the Xbox One version apparently included via Smart Delivery. Internal games reports who has been able to independently verify that the image data is real, and a current GameStop employee kotaku He spoke to who also corroborated the claim, confirming that the pre-order SKUs are currently active in their system.

If it becomes official, this would be the longest Obligations has ever remained between generations. When the series originally made the jump to PS4 and Xbox One back in 2013 with Call of Duty: Ghostsit remained on PS3 and Xbox 360 for two years until Activision abandoned the older consoles with Call of Duty: Infinity War. With Black Ops 6PS4 and Xbox One will have continued to receive next-gen versions for an astonishing five years in a row.

If you’re wondering why that might be, look no further than the fact that About half of PlayStation users still play on a PS4.. The next-gen install base is still huge, and excluding it from one of the most expensive games would be leaving a lot of money on the table. PS5 exclusives like spider man 2 and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth They already seem to have suffered lower sales as a result of this.

Of course, Xbox gamers aren’t likely to notice the price increase, as most of them will be able to play Black Ops 6 with a paid Game Pass subscription. Microsoft is reportedly planning to bring the series to the Netflix-like library later this year, although there are also rumors that it could increase the price of the monthly service once it does.

Activision declined to comment.