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Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Content Shift Allegedly Introduces Free Multiplayer DLC & Zombies DLC Season Pass


Recent reports suggest a change in how Call of Duty Black Ops 4 multiplayer and Zombies content is being delivered.

Website Gaming INTEL reports having heard that Treyarch will be ditching the traditional overall season pass model with new content and maps, for a model that allegedly introduces new free multiplayer maps every couple of months and a season pass for the game’s Zombies mode.

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“This change in direction is supposedly being sought by Treyarch due to the steady fall off in players that Call of Duty titles sees after the release of a map pack”, Gaming INTEL writes. “While the player base sees a slight increase directly after the release of a new map pack, that drops back down again relatively quickly. To avoid this in the future a single or two monthly maps may be vastly superior.”

In an interview with website Polygon, Treyarch co-studio head Dan Bunting already hinted at a change in the way new content is being delivered.

“I can’t tell you at this point in time what that’s going to look like,” he told Polygon. “But I can tell you that we are pushing hard to release content to our fans in a way that’s going to make them happy and a way that we believe is the right thing to do in this stage in our game’s lifespan.”

Call of Duty Black Ops 4  is slated for a release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 12.