Along with a gritty, grounded and all-out combat experience, Black Ops 4 multiplayer will focus on tactical and player choice. You'll fight across land, sea, and air, and the game will pack in memorable characters from across the entire Black Ops franchise. A while back it was rumored that Black Ops 4 would lack a campaign but, like any rumor, it should be taken with a grain of salt. Finally, in a surprising move, the game won't be launching on Steam, another first for the Call of Duty franchise. Treyarch have said that solo missions will be integrated into the game's multiplayer. Black Ops 4 has been recently unveiled and to everyone's surprise, the game has been transformed to a classic 5v5 team based match.
The multiplayer will also omit thrust jumping, wall running and health regeneration which means players will have to heal themselves using an injector or rely on a specialist that can do it for them. These new adventures will feature a brand new cast of characters and an evil new enemy. Therefore, the new healing system is going to slow down combat and the way players approach different combat scenarios. Black Ops 4 also reintroduces difficulty levels and an in-game tutorial to onboard new players to the Zombies universe, while giving hardcore players the option of ratcheting up the challenge. 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.
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The standout change this time is the inclusion of a last-player-standing mode called Blackout, to provide PUBG or Fortnite style gaming fun. It's a first for the franchise but it's probably not a bad move given online multiplayer has always been the main draw of the Call of Duty franchise. Players will encounter fan-favorite Black Ops map locations and call upon a massive arsenal of Black Ops weaponry and equipment as the winner-takes-all action creates a new way to play Call of Duty. "The same goes for our PC community". Black Ops 4 represents the largest development team assembled for a PC title in the series.
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. Making those engagements feel as Black Ops and Call of Duty as possible.