Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is still more than a month away from release, but a couple of Beta sessions were made available to a select group of players. It turns out that it’s much better than people anticipated, although it remains to be seen if the developers and the publishers are willing to listen to what the community is saying.
One of the problems with multiplayer games is that you simply can’t please anyone, and Activision and Treyarch are well aware of this issue. And, to make matters worse, they only started on the wrong foot by announcing early on that it’s not going to ship with a single player.
To be fair, a lot of Call of Duty players were getting the game for the multiplayer part, which had its highlights and failures over the years. For the most part, the multiplayer modes for these games have been enjoyable, and the main driver for the sales. It’s easy to see why Activision would choose to dump the single-player campaign altogether.
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