According to a rumor, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s multiplayer may be similar to games like Overwatch and Lawbreakers. Elements from these games would have been implemented, although this could not count on a positive judgment from gameplay testers.
Twitter user Matt Harris relies on multiple sources who were present during the Black Ops 4 multiplayer test session. from the story It can be seen that the multiplayer of the game is not very similar to the traditional Call of Duty gameplay with perks and killstreaks, but that it is more like games like Overwatch and Lawbreakers.
In concrete terms, this means that the multiplayer in Black Ops 4 would match the hero or specialist system of Black Ops 3, but more extensive. The traditional perks, which provide players with little perks, would largely have been exchanged for a different killstreak variant. The regular killstreaks in previous Call of Durty games, for example, introduce a Harrier fighter jet or even an AC-130 gunship, but that’s missing in Black Ops 4. Very strong perks are said to have been inserted instead, significantly increasing the way of propulsion. has changed, in the sense that it would resemble the advanced system of movement from Black Ops 3.
According to Matt Harris, the gameplay testers were not at all happy with this. They thought it was an “unfair portrayal” of Call of Duty. Based on this negative feedback, developer Treyarch would reintroduce regular killstreaks and the hero system would be scaled back somewhat. This brings the game close to the multiplayer of Black Ops 4.
It is still unclear what the multiplayer mode in Black Ops 4 will look like. The source speculates that this isn’t good news for the state of the game’s multiplayer, partly as the new shooter’s announcement follows on May 17. The game will be released on October 12.
Recently, there was also a rumor that Raven Software has been engaged by Activision to include a battle royale mode. The popular zombie mode would also return. Also, Black Ops 4 will no longer get a single player campaign, according to reports.