Call of Duty Black Ops 4 to Be Battlenet Exclusive

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 to Be Battlenet Exclusive

Gamers can get it on October 12 and pre-order is already available on Amazon.

PC has been the least popular way to enjoy Call of Duty for quite some time, consistently suffering from a low player count that made it harder to find matches.

We'll have more comprehensive impressions this Sunday.

The private beta for Call of Duty: WWII began on August 25, 2017 before the game's release on November 3, 2017.

Expect Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 to land on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 12. The rumour was based on supposedly leaked screenshots of Black Ops 4 on the Battle.net launcher. Specialist are back with new weapons and there will be a total of 8 in the game.

It was revealed that the game mode will have its own COD Black Ops twist to it. The beta may begin on different dates depending on the platform. However that changed with the launch of Destiny 2 where it was the first non-Blizzard game to be available via the launcher.

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First and foremost, I should inform you guys that the game will now feature a classic campaign/story mode.

The rumors that Black Ops 4 will not have a traditional single-player mode turned out to be true, as the game's version of a single-player experience is sets of solo missions set to expand the "multiplayer universe". The mini-map features a fog-of-war element now in order to cut back the player focus on the mini-map as an absolute key for survival. Of course, Firebreak's main ability also leaves him totally vulnerable while active, so you'll need to time each use to perfection or have a coordinated team backing you up to get the most out this specialist. Scorestreaks return as well.

Finally, and perhaps most controversially, health does not regenerate. Players can equip one of two healing items in the Gear slot: the Stim Pack which has players healing more often and more quickly or the Body Armor which reduces damage from bullets until it breaks. Instead you'll have to manually heal yourself.

The "boots on the ground" focus from the previous title is still here - there is no wall running, no thrust jumping.

Health recovery has also been revamped since players will no longer be able to recover from injuries automatically. Developer Treyarch unveiled its additional modes, in the form of Zombies and Blackout - the all-new Battle Royale game mode to take on the likes of Fortnite and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

Treyarch is also adding a bot support, difficulty settings, "customizable tools and social systems", custom mutations, limited-time curated challenges, and a new mode called Zombie Rush. The maps will range from a Gladiator-themed map named "IX", "Voyage of the Despair" which is a Titanic-themed map, and last but not least a re-mastered release of the fan fav "MOB OF THE DEAD" called "BLOOD OF THE DEAD"!

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