Black Ops 4 beta introduced us to the Seaside map. However, despite being a good map overall the B point in the “Control” game mode was the cause of frustration for players. Gladly, developer Treyarch has fixed the map.
The point B in the Control game mode was almost impossible to capture once it was taken over by the enemy team which caused quite a lot of frustration among the players.
The improvement was suggested by fans that an invasion route located at the backside of the Point B will make a stable defense very difficult while giving players a chance to capture point B from the opposing team.
To this Treyarch’s game designer MaTtks only replied “✓” indicating that Treyarch has reviewed and accepted this improvement to the Black Ops 4 Seaside map.
Black Ops 4 will also be coming to the upgraded PS4 Pro and Xbox One X along with PC and base Xbox One and PS4. However, the game is targeting native 4K on the Xbox One X, if the analysis of the beta footage is to be believed.
However, the keyword here is “target” as the game uses the dynamic resolution to keep the FPS close to 60 FPS. However, the only time the game achieved this target was when players are looking at the sky. But, given that it is just a beta, we can hope for improved performance at launch.
Activision has also partnered up with Sony Interactive Entertainment for the current-generation of consoles which resulted in exclusive PS4 content and DLC being made available earlier on Sony’s console.
Black Ops 4 is no different as Activision has confirmed that all of the seasonal content will be coming to PlayStation 4 a week earlier than the rest.
Black Ops 4 will be the first game in the franchise to not feature a single-player campaign and also the first entry in the Call of Duty franchise to feature a batle royale mode, Blackout.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is a first-person multiplayer shooter in development at Treyarch and is scheduled to launch on October 12, 2018, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.