Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 developer Treyarch hold a multiplayer livestream currently during that a studio showed off new footage and done some announcements. We schooled that Treyarch is bringing behind classical Black Ops maps Jungle, Slums, Summit, and Firing Range for Black Ops 4. These maps have been “rebuilt from a bottom level,” according to Treyarch.
Additionally, and maybe some-more excitingly, Treyarch also reliable that a renouned Nuketown map from a strange Black Ops will be in Black Ops 4–but not right away. The map, that has been reimagined with a opposite twist, will launch in November, giveaway for all players.
Nuketown was featured in Black Ops II and Black Ops III as well, any time featuring a opposite demeanour and vibe than a original. It appears Treyarch will be adjusting a map again for Black Ops 4, though we don’t know what that will demeanour like as of yet.
According to CharlieIntel, a 3 formerly announced Black Ops 4 maps–Contraband, Seaside, and Payload–will be playable during E3 2018. A new one that was announced today, Frequency, will be playable as well. For some-more on Black Ops 4 multiplayer, check out a gameplay video embedded above.
Black Ops 4 launches on Oct 12, that is a few weeks progressing than common for a Call of Duty franchise. The diversion is entrance to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and we are awaiting to see and learn a lot some-more about a shooter during E3 2018 subsequent week.