Don’t Blackout with excitement!

Well, it’s October 12, and that can mean only one thing to Call of Duty fans – that’s right, the release of the latest instalment – Black Ops 4. Featuring a campaign-light roster of game modes, this year’s instalment from Treyarch features the usual multiplayer, a good dose of ZOMBIES, and some Battle-Royal action with Blackout.

Activision/Blizzard promise that day one is the beginning, with massive support plans to deliver a steady stream of post-launch content with a robust calendar of events and a variety of free content across all modes. This will also be the first Call of Duty launched in partnership with Blizzard Entertainment on their platform, where it will share stable space with World of Warcraft, and Destiny 2.

“Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is packed with an amazing array and a massive amount of content across Multiplayer, Zombies and Blackout, and the launch marks just the beginning of an incredible journey ahead. When you pick up a Black Ops game, you know you have something you are going to play for a really long time, but Black Ops 4 takes that to an entirely new level. The team’s commitment is clear – no matter what kind of player you are, there is a ton of content to be enjoyed, and there is, even more, to come for everyone in the community. Black Ops 4 is unlike anything Treyarch has ever created and we think fans are going to have a blast.” said Rob Kostich, EVP and GM, Call of Duty.

Celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the original Call of Duty Zombies, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 debuts an entirely new Zombies experience that is the biggest Day One offering in franchise history, with three Zombies maps at launch – IX, Voyage of Despair and Blood of the Dead.

So suit up, grab your weapons, and start levelling those prestige ranks soldiers.