Activision hasn't unveiled the sales report for the multiplayer only Black Ops 3, but if No.4.is also moving without a single-player mode, its absence the first time around can't have been that detrimental.
First, a report from Polygon suggests that a single-player campaign won't be featured due to time constraints. Luckily, there is an official reveal slated for May 17th so the rumors and reports can finally be laid to rest.
The battle royale genre made popular by PUBG and Fortnite may make its way to the Call of Duty franchise with the upcoming launch of Black Ops 4. It's no surprise that Battle Royale is ending up in cult games like CoD, as the mode has grown immensely popular, thanks to PUBG and Fortnite. To make up for the lack of campaign, there will be a bigger focus on Zombies and possibly some additional co-op modes.
Football metaphors aside, like CoD's most recent iteration, Battlefield V is going to be set during World War II.
Stephen Curry brilliantly celebrates Klay Thompson three-pointer before it goes in
San Antonio might have been able to steal game 2 in Oracle Arena Monday night, but they had a historically bad shooting night. In opposition of Golden State, games involving the Spurs have a slight tendency to finish under the O/U total (51.2 percent).
This of course, worries some fans since it could also mean trouble for other game modes such as Zombies mode.
Rumors say we won't have to wait long until we will be able to play Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
If you add to this that both Sledgehammer Games co-founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield have left Sledgehammer to take up executive roles with Actvision itself, then you can see more than a few dots to be joined.
It might sound sad at first, but Black Ops 4 has other goodies to lure you with.
When is the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 release date? The listing stated that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered would cost around $25, which is a lot lower than what Activision charged for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered in 2017. Given the ongoing success of Call of Duty, it wouldn't make sense for Activision to stop making regular, yearly releases in the franchise. In the meantime, considering this major change in creative direction, what are your thoughts on the next Call of Duty?