Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Reportedly Drops Traditional Single Player Campaign

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Reportedly Drops Traditional Single Player Campaign

A spokesperson for Activision has responded to the rumor by saying "We don't comment on rumor and speculation". For anything else Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 or gaming related, stay tuned to us here at Gamer Professional. Kotaku also did a little digging on the subject and corroborated Polygon's story regarding the single player campaign as well as the Battle Royale rumor.

Sources speaking with Polygon have said Black Ops 4's lack of a single-player campaign came down to time constraints. While this may have disappointed some fans, others may be excited to learn that the campaign appears to have been swapped for a battle royale mode. One source also claimed that Treyarch, the developer of the new "Call of Duty" game, has shifted its focus on expanding the multiplayer mode and Zombies mode. However, the site had some other details to add, claiming that Activision's Raven Software has been tapped to "fill the content gap" by developing a Battle Royale mode. In the meantime, considering this major change in creative direction, what are your thoughts on the next Call of Duty? While sacrificing the entire story mode of Black Ops 4 may be a bold decision to make, replacing it with a bloodthirsty battle royale is one way to divert attention away from the issue.




It's true that Call of Duty has grown more popular as a multiplayer game over the years as well as a cooperative horde experience. Polygon have reported that Blops 4 will not include a traditional single-player mode. However, as development on Black Ops 4 went on and as the release date drew closer, it was determined that a single-player campaign would not be finished in time. When asked, Activision declined to comment on these reports. The game is officially set to be revealed on May 17.

A new collection of potential Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 leaks suggest that the game could feature both boots on the ground and jetpack mechanics. It is hard to believe as Treyarch had 3 years to develop the game, more than enough time for a studio of this scale; this isn't their first time at the rodeo.

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