The trailers made Blackout mode look a lot of fun, but the early reports show just how much of a blast Blackout mode is. It plays and feels like a typical game of Call Of Duty, but the huge map and the vehicles that are scattered around make things so much more interested. We already knew that the map was going to be very diverse, but playing it is crazy as you go from one area to the next.
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.
The big reveal has finally happened, we finally know what the plans for Call Of Duty Black Ops IIII are. We all knew that the campaign was gone, but Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 looks like it is split into three different modes.
Multiplayer: In the trailer, multiplayer looks like a lot of fun. No regenerating health! You either heal yourself or get a dude called Crash to do it for you. Many people are saying that the multiplayer trailer they showed off had a kind of Overwatch look to it. One inte
Being able to boost in Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare was actually something that I thought was pretty cool. It was always pretty cool being able to run along the wall, boost jump and then shoot someone. While I have a strong feeling that wall running will return in the next COD game. If the rumors are true that the next game is set in a modern setting and is a “boots on the ground” type game that we have heard so much about. I do not think that boost jumping will be part of it.
The rumor came from Marcus Sellars and as well as saying it would be Black Ops 4 he also said that it would be set in modern times and be a “boots on the ground” kind of game. By that, I take it to mean that there will not be any futuristic stuff like we have seen in some of the past COD games and that they will be sticking to the more realistic approach that Call Of Duty WW2 had.