‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’ Announced on Day of Trump’s Video Game Violence Summit

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Start visualizing your Oct. 12 kill-streaks now, gamers: “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4” is coming out that day, and we’ve already got footage for it.

Perhaps perfectly, the release date and first teaser for the latest installment of the popular first-person shooter franchise reached the Internet just hours before President Trump’s video game violence summit on Thursday. And if you’re wondering, yes, “Call of Duty” was one of the violent games put on blast by the POTUS during a bloody montage intended to back his stance.

Watch the “Black Ops IIII” teaser above. (Right, they didn’t do “IV,” which would be proper usage of Roman numerals — perhaps Trump has a point about video games melting our minds.)

Readers can watch the aforementioned White House supercut below.

Following the massacre at Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Trump blamed violent video games — not guns — for America’s gun violence problem. Read what transpired at the President’s pow-wow here.

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