‘Call of Duty Black Ops 4’ Reveals New Map And Update
‘Call of Duty Black Ops 4’ Reveals New Map And Update
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout will support 120fps at launch, uncapped framerate for Zombies & Multiplayer
08 October, 2018, 00:54
Treyarch have released yet another video previewing one of the new multiplayer maps that will be in Black Ops 4, this one being called 'Militia'. This map seems to be lots of fun because it makes it easier for players to camouflage themselves. Also there are four exclusive characters for the royal battle Blackout. The centre of the map features a large nuclear submarine housing Uranium which the Russians are eager to acquire.
The map appears to be located in a forest, and there are several structures that would normally be found on a farm, such as several barns and a watermill.
The price reveal comes courtesy of British video game retailer Game, which has listed the Black Ops 4 Season Pass for both consoles at GBP 40. We're heading back to Jungle.
At the Gamescom 2018 exhibition, Activision showed a demonstration of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 shooter gameplay on a new multiplayer Arsenal card.
The exhibition - called Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 x Eleague Codnation Challenge for Vets - will take place on Saturday, October 13, at Eleague's arena in Atlanta, starting at 17:00 ET (22:00 BST) with live coverage presented on their Twitch channel, featuring 12 influencers from the community.
That puts the total number of Black Ops 4multiplayer maps at 12 for launch.
Fourteen maps will be available at launch, and a new version of Nuketown will be added to the map roster for free on November.
The next map could not be any more different from the lush green setting of "Jungle", The other map is aptly named "Icebreaker" which is based on a Arctic location and is a brand new map that will be introduced for the first time in the newest title.
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