Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Will Be Released via Battle.net

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Third, Black Ops 4 is mostly abandoning the wall-running and jetpacks from its predecessor, and from games like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Call of Duty: Infinite War, and it is returning to the "boots on the ground" gameplay style of older COD games, and of Call of Duty: WWII. This update mostly fixates on a lot of the features directed towards multiplayer. The previous Black Ops titles used to be more self-centered and players didn't really care about their teammates, but now everything has changed.

Blizzard's Aaron Ponoroff added that Black Ops 4 will be "fully integrated with all of the social features on Battle.net". "It brings a layer of tactical depth that rewards players for mastery, and just feels so good to play". Even the cast from the Zombies mode will be along for the ride with their own weapons and gear. There won't be a single-player campaign, but Treyarch is talking up its Zombies and Battle Royale modes.

One glaring thing that is pretty obvious about this announcement is a lack of anything relating to a single-player campaign.

"We're testing on the widest assortment of hardware possible to make sure a large number of people can play and enjoy Black Ops 4", said Jonathan Moses, senior producer at Treyarch.

Black Ops 4 represents the largest development team assembled for a PC title in the series. It has competitive multiplayer (including a last-player-standing battle royale mode), and a cooperative zombies mode set over three very different locations.

The new Call Of Duty was announced during a fan event in Los Angeles, where the first footage from the game, which will be released in October, was released. If you just cannot wait, you can pre-order the game on Amazon right now.

This year marks the 10-year anniversary of Call of Duty Zombies, as Black Ops IIII delivers the biggest Zombies offering at launch ever with three full Zombies experiences. The game will come t Blizzard's Battle.net instead of Steam.

While it will inevitably be compared to Fortnite, Black Ops 4 has the ability to make a completely different battle royale experience, and that appears to be the goal for Treyarch.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be the first game in our history to use a true predictive recoil pattern system. After all, that's how you wind up with a game like Radical Heights.

In addition, the PC version will also feature not only dedicated server support, but graphics capabilities that support 4K resolutions, high dynamic range, and ultrawide monitors, all with uncapped framerates. Neglecting to include a single-player campaign, which has distinguished the Black Ops franchise, is a huge slap in the face to gamers.

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