Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Royale Mode Will Be 'Blackout'

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Royale Mode Will Be 'Blackout'

"With all the features of Battle.net, I think it's going to be pretty unbelievable what Black Ops 4 is going to have to offer". Just how Treyarch is going to put their stamp on the game is anyone's guess since they decided not to show the mode off during their community reveal. "All we're saying is that it's hands-down more than we've ever done before".

What's interesting about the new Black Ops 4 is that it looks similar to Overwatch and we're not talking about design.

Blackout mode, as it's called here, takes place on a map 1,500 times larger than any previous Call of Duty multiplayer locale, delivering a free-for-all battle to be the last player standing.

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The livestream reveal for Call of Duty Black Ops 4 certainly revealed a lot of new content, things that we're very happy to see added to the franchise. There are also new specialists that will be joining the roster like Crash, a medic who can heal allies and Torque, who has the ability to use razor wires and create improvised cover for the team. Following the success of games like Fortnite and PUBG, Call of Duty will have a Battle Royale mode. Black Ops 4 has been recently unveiled and to everyone's surprise, the game is nothing like players expected it to be. Blackout is an experience unlike any other game or mode in Call of Duty history, where players will have to scavenge, strategize, compete and survive to win. Battling solo or in teams, players will engage in diverse combat complete with ground, air and sea vehicles across a gamespace unlike anything ever in Call of Duty. Though players will now have 150 health points rather than 100, their health will no longer automatically regenerate when they catch a break from being shot at.

Black Ops 4 sounds like it's going to be the biggest title in the franchise ever. It also includes the most customizable action to-date, new systems for creating and completing community challenges, and social systems designed to connect players.

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. Players will be able to select classes still, and characters from the Zombies mode will be playable.

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