Zombies are in there too, although the trailer does nothing to clarify what role they'll play in Blackout-it may hint at it, though. And based on the size of this map, there's a lot to get excited about.
Based on what we see above, it appears that developer Treyarch (with help from Beenox) is set to seriously deliver on the promise of a Call of Duty battle royale mode, with wing suits, land, sea and air vehicles, killstreak perks and even zombies getting their time in the spotlight. This goes well beyond the tiny teaser we saw a month ago, and gives us a much better idea of the rhythm and style of the mode. Today, Activision and Treyarch officially released the first full trailer for the game's Battle Royale mode and it's absolutely bananas, to say the least.More news: Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL event confirmed for October 9
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What Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 lacks in single-player content it will more than make up for in multiplayer modes. Starting on September 14, those who pre-ordered the game on PlayStation 4 can check out Blackout for themselves.
The trailer was released on Thursday, September 6 on the Call of Duty Twitter account with the tagline of 'Welcome to the Party.
As we previously reported, Blackout mode will support 80 players, launch with four vehicles which let you take to the land, air, and sea, and include unsafe hotspots where you can gun down zombies. The upcoming beta, which starts on Monday for PlayStation 4, will have 80 players but it may be more in the final version.