Today, Activision and Treyarch gave us some new details on the upcoming first-person shooter, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Among the announcements made at the live community reveal event — which included the inclusion of a battle royale mode — was how the game will be supported on PC.
Similarly to Destiny 2, the PC version will be accessible through Blizzard Entertainment’s Battle.net client. Treyarch and Beenox are collaborating with Blizzard to bring in the client’s social systems, security, and server stability to the multiplayer-focused experience.
According to the press release, the game will have uncapped framerates, 4K resolution and HDR support, and allow you to customize its visuals in accordance to your hardware. You will also have the ability to fully customize your controls or choose between pre-set options.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was initially revealed back in March with a little teaser trailer. Just today, we learned that the game will not have a traditional single-player campaign but will contain narrative elements in its modes. The three modes that were revealed were its tactical-focused multiplayer mode, the return of the undead with Zombies, and the battle royale mode known as Blackout.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 12. You can pre-order the game now and get access to the private beta.
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