Following a couple weekends of multiplayer beta tests, those anticipating the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 now have a couple months to wait before release. While Black Ops 4 players still have the Blackout beta to look forward to starting September 10, the competitive multiplayer experience is now volleyed back to Treyarch to make tweaks based on lessons learned during the beta tests.
The Black Ops 4 developer took to Reddit today to detail several of the tweaks it is making based on the beta feedback.
In addition to rewarding a permanent unlock token to all players who reached level 34 in the beta, Treyarch listed a host of changes it is making. From changes to the way Fog of War works in the minimap and spawning during certain modes to balancing changes for body armor and gear, Treyarch went into great depth about the changes it is making and why. Treyarch also confirmed it is adding the ability to see the loadout of the person who killed you during the Killcam, something it wanted to put in the beta but couldn’t get ready in time.
You can see the full, in-depth list of changes Treyarch is making based on fan feedback on Reddit.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 12.
[Source: Treyarch on Reddit]
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Treyarch Details Lessons Learned From Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta