The last COD game I actually played was Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare. Recently, Activision have revealed COD:BO4 in action earlier today and boy oh boy its amazing.
Now, not only did Activision reveal the COD:BO4, but they also showcased actual multiplayer gameplay from the game. Not only does the new COD:BO4 refresh a ton of its roots from the Black Ops days, but it also intensifies what COD actually meant to many gamers. Fluid fast-paced combat along with excellent, yet vivid design elements have simply ignited my tastebuds for COD:Black Ops 4.
There’s a number of elements that seem to be picked up from Rainbow Six Siege though. However, if that’s the case, I would speculate that the next Call Of Duty title should be a bit more competitive than their recent titles. And being a Counter-Strike:Global Offensive player myself, I think that this should be the next title that pulls me back into the COD franchise.
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Now that they’ve officially revealed the game, Activision has made the game officially available for pre-order on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The studio has also announced that the game is set to finally drop on the October the 12th later this year. Additionally, if you pre-order the game, you would get Private Access to the early BETA allowing you to really enjoy the game before anyone else and send feedback to the devs, if you’re into it and really trust the devs, go for it. Personally, I would wait for the final launch.
Call of Duty Black Ops 4 is set to release on the Xbox One/PS4 family of devices as well as on the PC on October the 12th, 2018. As of May 18, 2018, the title can be pre-ordered that would give players access to the Private BETA of the title.