While Treyarch has given us a date on when we can expect the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 battle royale mode — Blackout — will drop, there’s not a lot of info to go on in terms of specifics. Well, it seems things are about to change starting today.
Speaking to PCGamer, Treyarch’s Director of Communications John Rafacz revealed that Blackout will be able to drive vehicles “by land, sea and air,” and that’ll be “well-balanced.”
There’s a range of vehicles that I think are well-balanced to match with the on-foot combat. It isn’t like you’re driving a tank, trying to fight against a dude with a scavenged submachine gun. They’re all well-balanced. We’ve been having a lot of playtests at Treyarch over the last several months getting ready for this, and it’s a blast to play. It feel great. It feels like Black Ops.
Given Treyarch’s experience in Call of Duty: World at War, gamers should be in for a treat.
In other Black Ops 4 Blackout news, don’t forget that if you were part of the multiplayer beta, you shouldn’t delete the beta client as it’ll be used for Blackout as well.