Spread the love Tweet In what’s become a weekly occurrence (thank god), Treyarch has once again released a brand new update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and while previous weeks seemed to focus on Zombies (which they needed to), this one seems to almost exclusively focus on multiplayer and Blackout, while not entirely ignoring the undead mode.
Spread the love Tweet Welcome back, everyone, to DualShockers’ annual Game of the Year awards selection! We are all one year wiser, and one year more excited than we were in 2017. Thankfully, 2018 has been a rather contentious year with mega-hits like God of War, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Monster Hunter: World having a strong showing — we
Spread the love Tweet The amount of updates and announcements Treyarch has made this week is honestly getting a bit exhausting, however, at least they are ending with some great news. After promising the feature before the game even launched, the developer has revealed that starting next week, players will be able to create custom Blackout
Spread the love Tweet This past Tuesday, when the Operation: Absolute Zero update went live in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Treyarch also added a brand new special order to the game that featured a cool new weapon variant. Now, Treyarch has put out a new video showing off everything you get. For 1,500 COD points (which
Spread the love Tweet Treyarch has been a bit busy this week. A few days ago, it dropped their first major DLC release for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, while at the same time giving out a ton of free content for all players. Now, the developer is making even more content available to players as earlier
Spread the love Tweet At some point this year you’ve probably used Google to search for the latest news for an upcoming title that you were interested in, or maybe you needed help with finding out what material those bags from Bethesda were made from? You might have even added us on the Google news app.
Spread the love Tweet Earlier today, all Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 fans on the PlayStation 4 received access to a brand new in-game update called Operation: Absolute Zero. Now, however, it seems like Treyarch isn’t done, as they’ve released even more content if you own the Black Ops Pass, the game’s version of a season pass.
Spread the love Tweet Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s next major update, titled Operation: Absolute Zero, is all set to arrive tomorrow on PlayStation 4, with Xbox One and PC players getting their hands on next week. Because of this, it appears that Treyarch has decided to do a little housekeeping before the main update goes
Spread the love Tweet Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 only recently released and is already getting its next DLC with a new specialist. Named Zero, the new hacker specialist uses her abilities to distract players during multiplayer matches. Along with that, new weapons will be added including the Daemon 3XB SMG, SWAT RFT assault rifle,
Spread the love Tweet I think it’s safe to say that December 11th, 2018, is going to be a huge day for Black Ops 4 fans. Over the past few days, Treyarch has started teasing a pretty major update for the game that’ll arrive next Tuesday. The teases don’t seem like they’ll be stopping anytime soon either, as
Spread the love Tweet Activision and Treyarch have today announced a new version of this year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 that contains two of the game’s three modes rather than coming as one package. Available only on PC via Battle.net, the Black Ops 4 Battle Edition is available now and contains both standard Multiplayer and the
Spread the love Tweet If you’ve been waiting for some changes to the Blackout mode in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, then you won’t have to wait much longer. Today, developer Treyarch began teasing what can only be the first addition to the Blackout map, and while it may not be sizeable, it’s definitely notable. A few hours
Spread the love Tweet Treyarch Studios has officially launched their patch notes for the latest Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 update that launched today. The update sees various fixes arriving as well as two new maps that we heard about earlier this month. Players across all platforms will now be able to get boots on the ground
Spread the love Tweet Map variants are nothing new to Call of Duty fans. 2016’s Modern Warfare Remastered saw the release of multiple “seasonal” variants of maps. Now, it seems like this feature is coming to Black Ops 4 in the near future, as two different variants for the maps have been found in the game’s internal files. The news comes the
Spread the love Tweet While yesterday might have seen the release of this week’s major update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, it seems like Treyarch still isn’t done. Today, the game received a brand new game settings update. While these normally don’t change a whole lot in terms of features, one thing added to the game which
Spread the love Tweet In a move that can only be seen as great, Treyarch has been updating Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on a weekly basis, and this week is no different. Yesterday, the developer released the next weekly update for the game, and while it does add content to non-PlayStation platforms that arrived last week,
Spread the love Tweet As we start to near the end of November, that means that hardware and software sales numbers for the previous month of October 2018 here in the United States have now finally come in, via the NPD Group. On the software front, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was the month’s best-selling game, surpassing
Spread the love Tweet Red Dead Redemption 2 is still top dog when it comes to UK sales charts for retail outlets, now for the third week in a row. While sales are down 53% compared to last week, Red Dead Redemption 2 still holds on to 30% of the market according to Gamesindustry.biz‘s report. This
Spread the love Tweet Back in October, Treyarch teased the return to the ever-so-popular Call of Duty: Black Ops map, Nuketown. The map has been updated and placed in every Black Ops title to date, so it’s no surprise that Treyarch would like to add the fan-favorite to Black Ops 4. Well, in a recent tweet from the official Call of Duty
Spread the love Tweet When Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 launched a few weeks ago, many fans thought that the multiplayer was missing a few extra game modes. Treyarch took those criticisms to heart and, during a huge update, decided to give fans a fan-favorite mode to screw around with for a few days: Gun Game. For
Spread the love Tweet Reddit User soja92 posted on Reddit about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s multiplayer mode running at a smooth 62 Hz refresh rate on both PC and PS4, in the United States at least. This comes after Treyarch faced criticism for servers running with rather poor refresh rates in order to compensate for Blackout.
Spread the love Tweet Yesterday, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was officially two weeks old, and it’s had a relatively smooth launch, at least compared to other Call of Duty games in the past. It’s not all peaches and cream, however, as many fans, including myself, have found themselves annoyed with two features found within both the game’s multiplayer and
Spread the love Tweet Last Friday, Treyarch added the Black Market to the PlayStation 4 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, which allows players to get new gestures, weapon variants, and more by simply playing the game, including some spooky Halloween-themed items. If you play on Xbox One and PC, however, you probably haven’t gotten a
Spread the love Tweet Over the past few days, fans have begun noticing that, despite the launch itself relatively smooth, there’s something different about Black Ops 4’s servers. Specifically, it seems that the servers have been downgraded a bit to compensate for the addition of Blackout. Now, after being aware of the fan backlash, Treyarch has rolled out the
Spread the love Tweet After only being on the market for a week, Treyarch has followed through with their release of the first major patch/update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and it adds a ton of new features…well if you play on PlayStation 4 that is. With the release of this new update, PlayStation 4 players
Spread the love Tweet Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will only be just barely a week old when it receives its first major update tomorrow, which is scheduled to change up a number of different features within the first-person shooter. While exact details about the update have yet to be released, developer Treyarch did reveal via Twitter
Spread the love Tweet After eight years on playing on the map in one form or another, it’s safe to say that Nuketown has become a bit of a tradition for the Black Ops series and a few months ago we found out that the map would be returning in Black Ops 4 sometime this fall. Now, just a couple of days
Spread the love Tweet In just a few days, fans of Call of Duty will be able to get their hands on the next entry in the long-running series, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. That being said, it doesn’t seem like Treyarch is going to stop releasing trailers and overviews anytime soon, as today, the developer released a brand
Spread the love Tweet Earlier today, Treyarch released the first information about a brand new multiplayer map that’ll be included with Black Ops 4 called Morocco. Now, in the wee hours of the night, the developer has given us a look at another multiplayer map that’ll be featured in the game, and this one might be a bit more recognizable
Spread the love Tweet Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is quickly approaching its October release date and to continue building towards launch, Treyarch and Activision today released a slew of new Zombies gameplay. This is likely the most extended look that we have seen of the Zombies mode within Black Ops 4 since San Diego Comic-Con and it’s