“Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4” in the wake of the success of Supply: it relies entirely on the multiplayer [Video]


Published on May 18, 2018


After having announced the game in March, Activision has finally unveiled the new “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4“. The title puts the word end to the traditional single player campaign, and focuses all the attention on multiplayer. The success of Fortnite, on all, or PUBG and Overwatch is clear: but is this the right way to follow?

The multiplayer modes will include the mode “zombies” so that “blackout“. Basically, Activision in the wake of the success of the already mentioned Fortnite and PUBG has decided to focus (almost) all-style battle royale, a free-for-all so to speak. The mode will allow you to use characters and locations of the previous titles, the maps, the most extensive ever in a title of the series Call Of Duty.

To compensate for the absence of the single player campaign, Black Ops 4, the launch will include three experiences “zombie”: a new storyline separate, however, from previous titles, and the ones that seem to be elements taken from the Gladiator and Titanic. It seems strange, but it is so. See for yourself:

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4, on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, will also be available on PC and will follow in the footsteps of Destiny 2. Then uses the client Blizzard (which Activision owns). The game will be available from 12 October 2018.

The presentation of the new Call Of Duty predicts the expected novelty of the conference E3, which will kick off next month in Los Angeles. We know that among our users, many are lovers of video games. Then, as for the past few years, we also follow the event and we will update you with rich articles.

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