BySamuel Adams, writer at Creators.co
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Samuel Adams

If you even remotely consider yourself a gamer, then it is almost certain you are familiar with the Call of Duty franchise. Each November, teenagers across the world flock to their nearest electronics retailer to get their hands on the newest addition to the legendary franchise. Of course this year is no different, and it appears the events of the past are repeating themselves yet again. For those that are not familiar with the now infamous cycle that Call of Duty fans go through annually, here it is laid out in all its glory:

"The CoD Cycle"
"The CoD Cycle"

Of course, at the time of writing this article we are just on the verge of hitting May. Therefore, it only makes sense that Treyarch is beginning to build up the anticipation of the next big Call of Duty title which happens to be Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3. A few weeks ago when Black Ops 3 was officially confirmed, there were definitely some mixed responses throughout the community. A lot of people claimed that the futuristic setting, super soldiers and all, was just a little too similar to the Advanced Warfare story and atmosphere. Luckily for Treyarch, their newest Black Ops 3 teaser might prove to alleviate some of the concerns fans of the franchise have. Personally, I find the trailer to be something that is just different enough to stand out from 2014's Advanced Warfare. The problem that the Call of Duty franchise is facing was brought on by itself but that is a post for another day (or you can just check out my video on the subject). Regardless of what any of us thinks about the trailer, this game is guaranteed to hit stores at the beginning of November. And of course, it is going to sell millions.

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