Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 PC Version Will be Joining Battle.Net!
Activision recently announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be exclusively found on Battle.Net for PC gamers, along with the PS4 and XBox One versions. This is similar to Activision’s roll-out of Destiny 2 on Battle.net last year. Users can already see the Call of Duty icon on the Battle.net login page.
You may be wondering what this means for PC gamers, or why we care? Gamers will have access to friends playing other games on Battle.net while playing Black Ops 4. Users will also be able to purchase World of Warcraft tokens and Blizzard Balance to purchase this game, making it more accessible for many players.
Players that enjoy a multiplayer game will enjoy the new changes that include the multiplayer experience with the storyline. Black Ops 4 appears to be much more centered around this type of play than the original storyline play as it is doing away with the single-player mode. Blackout Mode will now be joining the popular Zombies Mode to give the game a feel similar to the battle-royale popular games such as PUBG and Fortnite. Players can join 100 other players to fight to the death on a new map. This map is proposed to be about 1500 times larger than the Nuketown map. Users will also be getting new weapon attachments to further enhance gameplay.
You can read more about this new development on Wowhead. Below is one of the trailers from Wowhead’s release article.
Gamers can sign up for the Black Ops 4 private beta through Battle.net at moreintel.blizzard.com. This game is set to release on all platforms on October 12, 2018. You can pre-order for Black Ops 4 at the Blizzard Store.
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