Given we’re supposed to be getting a Black Ops reboot of some sort as this year’s Call of Duty, it’s understandable that fans assumed that he’s somehow involved. Well, it seems he’s not. In the stream Burns elaborates on three key points namely:
I have not shot anything. I am not in negotiations to shoot something, and I’m no longer in contact with anyone from Treyarch itself.
He stresses “I don’t know,” and that the only one he’s in contact with is their (Treyarch/Activision) PR department.
Well, that settles it then. Regardless if Treyarch is pushing ahead with a Black Ops reboot, Burns is not part of it — at least from what’s shared. There is a chance he’s talking out of his ass, but it doesn’t seem like it. Maybe if there is a Black Ops reboot, Treyarch is going with someone else or Frank Woods is written out of it entirely? Your guess is as good as mine at this point.
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