Published: Sun, September 23, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Treyarch Shares ‘Call of Duty

Treyarch Shares ‘Call of Duty

We'll have more details on Black Ops 4 in the weeks ahead, but fans have a lot to look forward to this time around - especially those that spent the past week having a good time in Blackout mode.

Sony, Activision and Treyarch have confirmed that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 post-launch content will be coming to PlayStation 4 first, as per the ongoing exclusivity deal, but that the exclusivity period will now run to just seven days, rather than the entire month of exclusivity that PS4 players previously enjoyed. All content will come first to PlayStation 4 users as usual.

Blackout: Launch day is only the start; Blackout will continue to evolve after launch with regular map updates, expansions and new Blackout modes.

If people are looking for even more content, Treyarch said there's the Black Ops Pass, available for standalone purchase at launch or with one of "Black Ops 4's" special editions.

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The aforementioned events will be seasonal and time-limited, bringing new game modes and content to the first-person shooter.

As you no doubt will have guessed, Call of Duty and Sony are still partnered up on the marketing front, and that extends to future DLC for the upcoming entry. It also includes 12 multiplayer maps and four Blackout characters. Specifically, it's time to look at Activision's post-launch content plans for the game. Prior exclusivity deals made Call of Duty post-launch content exclusive for 30 days, but the new deal limits exclusivity to only 7 days.

Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 12.

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