Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is out today, get future content drops first on PS4

Upcoming content drops teased as multiplayer-focused shooter, featuring new battle royale mode Blackout, launches globally

Activision is proud to announce that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is now available worldwide. Treyarch’s latest installment in the world of Black Ops returns players to the most-played series in Call of Duty with new ways to play in a game-changing experience.

Black Ops 4 features the most tactical, team-based Multiplayer experience in the series, the biggest Day One Zombies offering with three different adventures, and of course Blackout, the all-new battle royale mode that brings the Black Ops universe to life with fan-favourite characters, iconic locations, and the biggest map in Call of Duty history. In fact, it’s so big that it includes land, sea and air vehicles!

For Multiplayer, the Pick 10 system is back, along with innovations with weapons, combat flow, player movement, and health regeneration.

Specialists, both new and returning operators, are back and they each have their own unique weaponry and equipment. Be sure to check out the Specialists HQ in Multiplayer where you can learn about each Specialist and get hands-on intel about their special equipment and weapons.

Black Ops 4 will debut the biggest Day One Zombies offering in franchise history. Players will have access to three fully-featured Zombies experiences at launch: IX, Voyage of Despair, and Blood of the Dead.

With immersive new adventures and a brand-new cast of characters, Black Ops 4 Zombies features the deep gameplay and easter eggs that the community is so passionate about.

Additionally, it is more customisable than ever before, with new systems for creating and completing challenges, social systems designed to connect players, adjustable difficulty levels, and an in-game tutorial to help onboard players who are new to the Zombies universe.

What a way to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the original Call of Duty Zombies, we can’t wait to play!

And for the first time ever in Call of Duty, Black Ops 4 introduces an all-new, battle royale mode that brings together characters, locations, weapons and gear from across the Black Ops universe… Blackout. This sprawling, intense experience features the signature Black Ops gameplay they players know and love.

Load your squad into a truck, zoom across the map on an ATV, or take to the skies in a helicopter while you fight in iconic locations inspired by Black Ops locales like Nuketown, Firing Range, Raid, Cargo, and more. And you can play as classic characters like Mason, Reznov and Woods, Specialists like Crash, Battery and Seraph, and Zombies characters like Richtofen and Takeo while you loot, shoot, and survive.

This is just the beginning, with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, players can look forward to an active calendar of events, content and more. Remember, all new playable content comes first to PlayStation 4, including new Specialists and maps. Here is just a sampling of what’s in store for free following launch:

  • Nuketown: This fan-favourite map returns in November in an all-new take.
  • Specialists: The first of several new characters will debut in December.
  • Blackout: Launch day is only the start; Blackout will continue to evolve after launch with regular map updates, expansions and new Blackout modes.
  • Events: Seasonal, weekly, and time-limited events bringing new game modes and content to players.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is available now, and your hardest decision may be figuring out where to go in the game first. Whatever choice you make, we hope to see you on the field!

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Why no single player offline mode? first year I have not purchased day one😒

MiseryPrincess 14 October, 2018 @ 08:56

Because a pile of people will buy this game regardless of content or quality.

They could not bother with any game modes at all, just have a main menu and it would sell millions..


Is there Coop mode that i can just play with my friends against AI or everything is one big PVP battle royal?

Doom0_oblivion 15 October, 2018 @ 13:56

I really like what they have done here and to think they have finally killed fortnite has made me feel great it’s finally no longer pay to win nothing is needed to have fun


How much of a garbage is a multi only half game that cost the full price? And why play a game that only has assets lying around ? Either the game is just a snatch or that and the developers were just bored. In any case, i won’t take the bait.

IKR? In Australia it costs $100, but with the amount of content this game includes it’s only worth 50 to 65 Australian. Also Blackout is a complete fail IMO. Why should I pay $100 for a complete knock-off of a game that costs NOTHING to play? Ever wonder why Fortnite is more popular than PUBG? It’s simple: one game costs money to play, but the other game doesn’t charge you a cent!

Also don’t forget that despite the fact Fortnite is a F2P game, It’s not a Pay 2 Win game either. Sure, you can spend money on Microtransactions (V-bucks) if you want, but kinda like Blizzard’s Overwatch (which instead gives you Loot Boxes over in-game currency), Buying the MTX doesn’t alter your game experience. It only gives you V-bucks to spend on cosmetic items and such. I’m not entirely sure if it’s purely cosmetics because I don’t play the game (and never intend to) but my brother plays it on the PS4 A LOT.

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