Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Will Be A Battlenet Exclusive

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be released for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on October 12.

It was revealed that the game mode will have its own COD Black Ops twist to it. Despite being a team based game, Black Ops 4 will still be a fast paced action shooter. Player health is not going to automatically regenerate like it used to do in Call of Duty 2 and players will have to rely on stimpacks instead. Treyarch and Amazon are underestimating just how important single-player campaigns are to gamers.

One of the maps, IX for instance is set in a gladiator-style arena while Voyage of Despair looks like it's set on the Titanic.

Greene has said in the past he does not mind Battle Royale competitors as long as they are not carbon copies of PUBG and bring some kind of new spin on the last man standing formula.

One glaring thing that is pretty obvious about this announcement is a lack of anything relating to a single-player campaign. Could this be their way of proving this rumor is true?

What would Black Ops 4 do to follow up?

Traditional characters will be playable along with gadgets and even the Zombies cast and weapons unique to the mode.

The Call of Duty franchise was built on the darkness of real warfare and risking lives to protect more lives.

In the event, we saw one of the most important aspects of the game, the multiplayer. While this could be referring to the feature returning to Black Ops 4 at some future point, Miller's follow up answers seem to point to it not exiting Call of Duty as a whole.

This Zombies iteration features an entirely new storyline, world, characters, and enemies. It is official that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will not have a campaign this year and boy are some fans mad.

For the PC, Treyarch is co-developing with Beenox, who together are working closely with Blizzard to optimize Black Ops 4 for Battle.net. Players can use different vehicles and engage each other on land, sea, and air.

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.

The authors describe this regime as a "battle Royal in the spirit of Black Ops", writes CNBC.

At the event, Treyarch confirmed that the fourth Black Ops will not have a campaign. With Black Ops 4 though, I feel the Treyarch is really trying for something new and I may have to just shut up and give it a chance.

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