Calls of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be available this fall for multiplayer only without the kind of single-player campaign that has been a key component of the annual series for over a decade Telling the Game Kotaku confirming a report published today by Polygon .
One of these sources also reviewed a report from Top Call of Duty Information Broker Charlie Intel says the new game will have a Battle Royale mode. This is the kind of endgame mode that has taken over the game over the past year, with the success of Player Unknowns Battlegrounds Fortnite: Battle Royale and countless rivals. So far, no big-budget gaming studio has added a Battle Royale mode to a large franchise series, but it seemed only a matter of time before it became a Call of Duty or a Battlefield achieves a Division or a Destiny .
Details are unclear, and Call of Duty publisher Activision does not speak. "We do not comment on rumors and speculations," he replied today by e-mail to Kotaku . Current Call of Duty games are full of fashions, including ever-sophisticated zombies modes developed by Black Ops 4 's Lead Studio Treyarch. Black Ops 3 has already offered co-op for two players in the campaign's campaign.
Following Polygon as the perennial development cycle of Black Ops 4 moved toward the October release of the game, "the development of the single player campaign was clearly incomplete." [1
Activision will officially release more details about the new Black Ops during an event on May 17. It will be released on October 12 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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