Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 to Forgo Traditional Single Player

According to a report from Polygon,  anonymous sources with knowledge of the title’s development status claim that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will not include a traditional single-player story mode. This will mark a first for the franchise, as all previous titles shipped with a single-player campaign.

According to the sources, the project was behind schedule and the only way that developer Treyarch could hit the October 12 launch date was to forgo the single-player story mode. This may lead to some speculation that perhaps a story mode could be “patched” in later.

Running parallel to this story is a rumor from Call of Duty fan site CharlieIntel stating that is has information from sources close to Activision that Raven Software has been onboarded to develope a battle royale mode for the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Activision has responded, of course with an obligatory “We don’t comment on rumor and speculation. We look forward to revealing Black Ops 4 on May 17.”

[Source: Polygon]

[Source: CharlieIntel]



Activision Officially Announces that the Next Call of Duty with be Black Ops 4

It’s not a matter of if Activision will release a new Call of Duty every year, but rather what Call of Duty will be released.

There’s been plenty of rumors and conjecture that the next Call of Duty would be a return to Black Ops, but Activision made it official today on Twitter.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is coming out on the  PS4, Xbox One and PC, and is developed by Treyarch. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is scheduled for release worldwide on October 12.

[Source: Destructoid]