Today we are going to cover everything there is to know about the new game and what type of cool and innovative features fans should get ready for. We look forward to bringing you more information about this mode as it becomes available.
Aside from delivering its own flavor in the Battle Royale mode, "Black Ops 4" also stands out from the rest of the "Call of Duty" franchise for not having a single-player campaign. Based on the information revealed thus far, that means that players will be able to enter the game's Battle Royale mode and use character skins from existing games in the series, weapons from previous Black Ops titles (including those featured in old zombie modes), and other items that touch upon the franchise's rich history.
Call of Duty used to be a series that was at the front of the pack when it comes to innovations, but Black Ops 4 seems to be playing catch-up.
Treyarch is also looking to take on Fortnite and PUBG (Players Unknown Battleground) with a new one-of-a-kind game mode uniquely exclusive to Black Ops called Blackout. Call of Duty: Black Ops IV will be taking multiplayer to the next level with increased tactical gameplay and player choice plus the largest Zombies offering ever with three full experiences at launch. There won't be a single-player campaign, but Treyarch is talking up its Zombies and Battle Royale modes.
Instead, Call of Duty's 200 million plus players on October 12th will be treated to a multiplayer experience that Treyarch promises that will raise the bar.
This update mostly fixates on a lot of the features directed towards multiplayer.
Speaking during a live event for the upcoming first-person shooter, the game's Design Director, David Vonderhaar, said: 'For us to even consider this experience it had to be unique and done in the way that only Black Ops can do it'. The BR mode will be called "Blackout" and will add vehicle combat into Call of Duty for the first time.
"Going back to the very beginning of Black Ops 4 development, we never had set out to make a traditional campaign". In addition, Treyarch and Beenox worked closely with the team at Blizzard to incorporate Battle.net's social systems, security, and server stability into Black Ops 4, to prepare for the release on Battle.net on October 12.