Activision unveiled Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the latest instalment in their annual shooter franchise, during a live stream on May 17.
The stream opened up with the game’s mulitiplayer reveal trailer, which showcases many of the changes made to the title. As stated on stream, the game will feature big changes to the healing system, new weapon mechanics, and will bring specialisations to the field.
The game does indeed lack a single-player campaign, which is sure to upset a selection of the player base. Activision also revealed the first set of Zombies mode maps, which is set to include 3 different missions when it launches alongside the game on October 12.
Activision also confirmed the rumours of a Battle Royale mode coming to the title, which I’m sure everyone is absolutely fucking thrilled about. There wasn’t much revealed, but we can only imagine what they’ve got planned here.
Lastly, the title is set to launch on Battle.net on PC, a first for the franchise, following the lead of Destiny 2’s launch.
You can find the reveal trailer below, and you can watch the full live stream Here.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is set to release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC October 12.