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Launching October 12 earlier today Activision and developer Treyarch lifted the lid, so to speak, on the upcoming Call of Duty Black Ops 4. From a look at the fast-paced Specialist driven multiplayer to the announcement that it will launch alongside three fully featured Zombie campaigns plus the new battle royale mode called Blackout. But, one aspect was glaringly missing. Single-player.

With Call of Duty Black Ops 4 potentially being the first game in the long-running series to launch without a traditional single-player campaign. Instead, the focus seems to be on multiplayer, zombies, and the new battle royale mode. Which, is not really a bad thing, as the level of polish seen in the multiplayer trailer is truly impressive. If a little familiar.

“Black Ops 4 is by far the most ambitious title our team has ever created,” said Dan Bunting, Co-Studio Head, Treyarch. “At its core Black Ops has always been about challenging convention and boldly taking our gameplay in new directions. With Black Ops 4, we’ve designed an experience for all play styles and skill levels from casual to competitive. It brings a layer of tactical depth that rewards players for mastery, and just feels so good to play.”

"It’s all about having fun with your friends,” Treyarch’s Mark Lamia added. “More fun than you’ve ever had. Black Ops 4 doesn’t have a traditional campaign; we’re weaving narrative into each of the modes.”

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is due to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 12.

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Posted 01:45pm 18/5/18
“At its core Black Ops has always been about challenging convention and boldly taking our gameplay in new directions."

its never been done before!
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