The Call of Duty franchise has been going through a rotating schedule of developers for a few years now and this year is Treyarch’s turn yet again. Not including the Wii U version of Ghosts in 2013, the last outing for Treyarch was the beloved Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Speculation has been going around for a good while that this year’s Call of Duty game could very well be Black Ops 3 and new update for Black Ops II may very well be pointing at that.
As found by YouTuber Drift0r, a just released update for Call of Duty: Black Ops II hides some very interesting teases within. If looking around the map and seeing certain posters hanging on the walls in stages, you may find a symbol on it that many of you will recognize as the symbol for SnapChat.
Started off as mostly used for sexting and the like, SnapChat has grown to be a legitimate method of sending pictures, with many major companies using it for promotions now. When scanning the symbol, it links to the official Call of Duty account that it says you are already friends with. This makes you think that with the official reveal coming next month, we could see a viral marketing campaign soon through SnapChat. Whether this is going to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 or another game in the series entirely, we’ll just have to wait and see.
If you are interested in finding these symbols in your own copy of the game, you can check out the video below. Also, do you hope this year’s version ends up being Black Ops 3 or would you prefer a World at War sequel or something new entirely?