Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 DLC 5 may actually be a thing if this edited Instagram post from Richtofen’s Brazilian voice actor is any indication. The original post has since been revised, but we were fortunate enough to screencap it.

Now I think it's confirmed (Richtofen's brazillian voice ppsted this in his instagram) HYPEEEEEE from CODZombies

Actor Luiz Carlos Gomes posted the following message Wednesday afternoon. It’s been translated to English. “Today was a day of lip-syncing. Work with what we love, let us always a smile on his face. And he’s back! ...Even more insane.” What confirmed its relevance to Call Of Duty were the hashtags for not just #callofduty but also #activision and #blackops3.

As the post reads today, mentions of an insane character returning and the aforementioned hashtags have been scrubbed.

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For those unaware of Richtofen’s relevance, he’s been a playable character in Zombies since the beginning and made some brief cameos during Black Ops 3 DLC content. His research in the field of teleportation started during World War II, and it’s devolved the character’s mental state over the past few decades. In few words, Richtofen’s insane antics have held down Zombies since its inception.

If his Brazilian actor is back in the studio, does that mean Black Ops 3 Zombies DLC may be on the way? Given the deleted hashtags, that’s certainly one possibility. However, there are also a few other options to consider. One of those is the possibility of a multiplayer voice pack for Black Ops 3. A Method Man pack launched at the end of last month. As a memorable character from the Zombies lore, it’d make sense for Richtofen to get similar treatment.

Also worth noting are Richtofen’s ties to Sledgehammer’s rumored 2017 project, Call Of Duty: World War 2. His crazy sci-fi backstory wouldn’t make much sense in the scope of a historically rooted single-player campaign, but it could easily be outfitted for an assumed Call Of Duty: World War 2 Zombies mode. After all, it’s not unthinkable that Activision reps might tell Gomes he’s working on Black Ops for the sake of secrecy.

There’s been almost nothing said about Black Ops 3 DLC 5 for quite some time. During a stream in 2016, when specifically asked about Zombies content, Treyarch producer Jason Blundell teased, “I am afraid I cannot say anything right now.” Since then, the community has become divided between believers and nonbelievers with regard to a 2017 expansion.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 is available now on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. If DLC 5 is real, it’s assumed it’ll be limited to current-gen consoles and PC.

Does this new evidence convince you that Black Ops 3 DLC 5 is real? Might this voice actor be working on something else? Tell us in the comments section!