I like many of you probably did assume that the player count being set to 80 was because of how graphically demanding Call Of Duty Black Ops IIII is. Well this is not the case and during the beta, Treyarch actually increased the player count to 88 and for the last dying hours of the beta, the number jumps to 100
It turns out they were able to up the player count far quicker than many people thought as already they have increased it to 88 players! This is pretty amazing that they were able to do this so fast. Maybe they just wanted to make sure that their servers were going to be strong enough. The more players the better. So while I was not bothered about the player count being 80 adding in 8 extra more people is great with me.
I was one of the people that loved the over the top balls to the wall jetpack flying style of Infinite and Advanced Warfare. However, I also enjoyed the slower “boots on the ground” style that Call Of Duty WW2 brought back. I think the best way to describe Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 is that it is kind of in the middle.
Ok so today my blog post is one half advice, one half news. The Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 beta over the weekend was a huge success. I have said this a few times now, but I legit have not heard anyone say that they did not like it. Once the beta finished I decided to delete the client from my Xbox One. After all, it was done and dusted and taking up around 30 GB of hard drive space and like most of you, hard drive space
One thing that I want to talk about specifically is the healing in Call Of Duty Black Ops 4. I knew going in that the auto-healing of the past games was gone and that we would have to manually press a button to heal ourselves.