Call of Duty Black Ops IIII Battle Royale Player Count Yet To Be Decided; New Gameplay Videos Shared
Yesterday’s Call of Duty Black Ops IIII official reveal confirmed some of the rumors that were circulating on the game, such as the lack of a traditional single-player campaign and the battle royale mode. Treyarch’s David Vonderhaar spoke about the latter in a fresh interview.
Speaking with GameStop, David Vonderhaar confirmed that some details regarding the Blackout mode have yet to be decided, such as total player count.
We haven’t actually decided. We have to create the best experience, and to create that experience in a Call of Duty universe, you have to try various flavors of that until you find the right one.
Following yesterday’s event, more gameplay videos have surfaced online, showcasing the game’s multiplayer. You can check them out below.
Our own Kai was also present at the Call of Duty Black Ops IIII reveal event, and he also had the chance to try out the game. Performance was great on the PlayStation 4 Pro console and it seems like the PC version will be one of the best ports of the series.
With Call of Duty Black Ops IIII being the first CoD title to make it (exclusively) onto Battle.Net, I could easily see how much effort Beenox was putting in to help with the port. Graphical settings and options were hidden away as well, but I did find a Field of View (FOV) slider that could easily be cranked up all the way to 120 without hurting the uncapped frame rate. If you have a strong enough PC, I could definitely see PC being the way to go in this year’s Call of Duty.
Call of Duty Black Ops IIII launches this October on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.