Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Trailer Revealed

by Edgar Hayes May 18, 2018, 10:12
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Trailer Revealed

If you're new to the game or returning, we've got some Twitch streamers who can help you get acclimated to the new content quickly! The limited three-lane maps gave you few flanking opportunities and very little cover, and they did not take advantage of your sci-fi parkour moveset. The publisher and developer also released a pair of Blops 4 zombie trailers, which are accompanied by the much talked about battle royale mode.

"It's all about having fun with your friends", Treyarch Chairman Mark Lamia said at the end of the event.

It makes those moments where you just tear through an entire square, precision shot after precision shot, even more satisfying. Instead of the traditional campaign, they are weaving narratives throughout multiplayer, zombies, and Blackout.

The change is so big, in fact, that it has resulted in the game's single player campaign being nixed entirely.

This will greatly change up matters as players will need to strategise and figure out when to run and gun and when to hang back and heal. Blackout is the new Battle Royale mode which will have the most refined mechanics in the world, according to Activision.

Call of Duty's developers Treyarch clearly don't miss a trick, but while many will welcome the addition of this new on-trend gameplay mode it appears to have come at the cost of some of the more conventional aspects of a Call of Duty game.

Players will use vehicles to traverse land, air, and sea and the "towns" you'd see in something like Fortnite or PUBG are Call of Duty maps that you know and love.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is going hard on multiplayer. Players will be able to play iconic characters and weapons from the entire Black Ops franchise and wade into a giant map, with areas of maps inspired by beloved multiplayer maps. "The same goes for our PC community".

Like Destiny 2, PC play will be exclusive to Blizzard's service.

More details on Black Out and how it fits in the entire Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 ecosystem will be coming.

The PC flavor is being co-developed by Beenox and will feature a number of optimizations that gamers expect including dedicated servers, uncapped frame rate, 4K support, HDR, ultra-wide monitor support and a "great scalability options" on PC. These settings constitute the three launch-day zombie modes: IX, Voyage of Despair, and Blood of the Dead (respectively). It's among the most robust the series has ever seen, with three drastically different experiences available at launch.

Finally, difficulty settings make a return should the challenge prove too hard (or too easy!). Black Ops IIII's multiplayer offering is a more refined tactical team experience that - at first glance - is a richer experience than previous CoD efforts.

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