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Top 5 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Features

With the latest release in the franchise on the horizon here are a selection of interesting elements that make up the first multiplayer only entrance of the series. This is the Top 5 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 features going over some overly serious selections for what makes this game unique. The rankings are in no particular order, gameplay experience was from E3 2018 during a booked session.

#5: Battle Royale

The currently hottest game mode in gaming is headed to Call of Duty. Battle against others in the largest map ever created in the history of the series in this package that’s basically a greatest hits of the Black Ops franchise. It’s promised to be battle royale done the Call of Duty way.

#4: No Campaign

Without a tiresome narrative to get in the way there’s no excuse for everyone not to jump into multiplayer right away. No more time waiting a day or two for friends, everyone will be forced into the only area. They also will have spent more time and resources refining the multiplayer with the loss of the campaign.


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#3: Biggest Zombies Ever

This will be the largest Call of Duty zombies ever bringing multiple maps at launch. This continues the Original story with an intense Mob of the Dead remake, one of the best ever in that spooky jail. There’s also a number of great distinct new levels with the fresh cast of characters taking roles.

#2: Class Based

Playing together is actually important for once as players take on class based roles. Each will do something different to assist the team in the form of skills or perks. This is quite a change-up from a series where everyone is a blank slate usually.

#1: Boots on the Ground

The weakest games in the franchise revolve around jet boots. Get ready for another entry that strays away from flying about which offers more tactical and responsive movement systems. That element should be great, feels more classical.

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner
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