It’s no secret nowadays that most of the money made in games are on consoles. While the PC version almost always is technically superior, the console version of games are usually the ones given the most attention to, and this has been the same even with the Call of Duty franchise.
It looks like Treyarch/Beenox is trying to bring back the Call of Duty PC audience back, as it’s heavily promoting the Black Ops 4 PC version worldwide! In a post on Reddit, Beenox announced that they’ve attended Dreamhack in Sweden to showcase Black Ops 4 on PC. In addition to that, a senior member of the team even went to Korea to talk how Black Ops 4 will work in internet bang cafes or Internet Gaming Rooms (IGRs).
Given how the PC version of the last few Call of Duty titles weren’t given that much attention, this is definitely a step in the right direction. In case you didn’t know, the PC version of Black Ops 4 is being developed by Beenox who developed 2016’s excellent Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.
In other Black Ops 4 PC news, Treyarch/Beenox are looking at adding mod tools to the game, though it won’t be available at launch.