'Call of Duty: Black Ops 3' rumors: 10th specialist accessible via in-game contracts?

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Rumors of a 10th specialist potentially being introduced inside "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" have been circulating for a while now, and a recent data-mining effort may have just provided even more information on the subject.

Recently, a data mine posted by Reddit user "void_glitch" seemed to chip away at some of the secrecy surrounding the rumored 10th specialist.

Apparently, the mysterious specialist, who may be named Blackjack, can be unlocked by completing certain contracts inside the game.

Upon completing those contracts, players may gain access to Blackjack for a limited amount of time.

There's not a lot currently known about the mysterious 10th specialist, and with developers yet to reveal any additional details, it may be a while before players get any definitive information about Blackjack one way or another.

Still, rumors about Blackjack's capabilities have previously made their way online.

As Charlie Intel noted, some rumors surrounding the 10th specialist have suggested that the new character could possess the ability to steal another specialist's unique talent for a certain amount of time. Another interesting rumor also suggests that Blackjack could be the Black Market dealer.

While "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" players wait and see exactly what happens with regards to the rumored 10th specialist inside the game, they can still spend some time trying out the other ones already in the game.

There are four specialists in the game who are available right from level 1 and they are Battery, Outrider, Prophet and Ruin, according to the "Call of Duty" Wikia.

At level 22, players can unlock Seraph, and then becoming accessible at level 28 is Nomad. Reaper then becomes playable at level 34, and at level 40, Spectre joins the mix. Lastly, players can unlock Firebreak upon reaching level 46.

Perhaps Blackjack will be joining those other specialists soon enough inside "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3."

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