If you missed today’s Black Ops 4 live stream, don’t worry. We have the full video for you, as well as a few highlighted points. Click the link to see if your favorite map will be making a return to CoD.
If you don’t know, Call of Duty’s latest installment will be 100% multiplayer. Not, there’ll be no campaign of any kind included. Activision and developer Treyarch will be beefing the game up however, with a bevy of maps and options for its new multiplayer-only form.
Chief among the inclusions will be a selection of classic maps, all done up for a new generation. Those will include levels from throughout Black Ops’ history, as well as a fan-favorite that just keeps returning, again and again.
Jungle, Slums, Summit, and Firing Range will all be included in a four pack of maps. This pack will be arriving right alongside the game too, so you won’t have to wait to play your favorite. Catch them on October the 12th across all platforms, with no exclusivity. As for that highlighted map I mentioned before, that’d be Nuketown.
Yep, the perennial favorite is back once again, and will be totally free to download. It’ll likewise be available for all CoD players who have Black Ops 4, though it’ll be missing launch. Nuketown won’t arrive on servers till November.
On top of all of the above, gamers who will be at the Call of Duty World League (which will be in Anaheim, CA the weekend after E3) will get an early treat. They’ll be able to play Black Ops 4’s multiplayer right then and there. Here’s a link to that if you’d like to see about attending.