In a full unveiling event for Call Of Duty Black Ops 4, the Black Ops 4 Battle Royale mode has been confirmed. These rumors about no single player mode have been circulating in the community for a month now but with the confirmation of no campaign mode, Black Ops 4 has now officially become the first game in the series to not have a single player campaign mode.

Also in the reveal was a big news that for PC gamers that the game will exclusively arrive via  Blizzard’s Battle.net. Treyarch co-studio head Mark Gordon said Activision subsidiary Beenox will be working on a version of the game that’s “custom-built for PC”.

For the PC players, Treyarch also announced dedicated servers for “performance and security”. As well as there will be uncapped frame rates, support for 4K HDR and ultra-wide monitors.

Although no gameplay was shown, the Black Ops 4 Battle Royale mode has been titled Blackout. There will be a single large-scale map and all three vehicles for land, air and sea will be featured.

Along with Black Ops 4 Battle Royale, there is going to be the usual multiplayer and the return of Zombie mode. Treyarch Chairman Mark Lamia said at the event “More fun than you’ve ever had. Black Ops 4 doesn’t have a traditional campaign; we’re weaving narrative into each of the modes.”

The game is set to be released on October 12 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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