We already know that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s battle royale mode, Blackout, will be able to accommodate a maximum of 80 players in a match, and we already know that Nuketown will be part of the battle royale map, and now, we know what vehicles we’ll be able to drive and what they can do.
As part of Game Informer’s cover story on Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout (October issue), we now have a complete list of all the Black Ops 4 battle royale vehicles, and a brief overview of how they act on the battlefield!
- Cargo Truck (holds one driver, four passengers) – Beyond acting as a moving platform for you and your buds, the cargo truck also lives up to its name and is useful for carting around loot to bypass individual inventory limits.
- ATV (one driver, one passenger) – The ATVs are, unsurprisingly, the easiest and smoothest rides on the map, though the tradeoff is that they’re also the most vulnerable. All it takes is a well-placed shot with a sniper rifle to end your off-roading spree, so keep that in mind as you roll about.
- Zodiac Inflatable Boat (one pilot, three passengers) – The Zodiac is mostly useful as a getaway vehicle for when the circle starts to close.
- Little Bird Helicopter (one pilot, four passengers) – The Little Bird is a small helicopter capable of carrying you and your squad around the map; as you’re piloting the helicopter, your squadmates can fire on foes, transforming the vehicle into vicious death machine that rains lead from above.
Regarding where these vehicles spawn, Treyarch claims they’re in locations that “make sense.” The studio also notes that choosing not to play with vehicles is often a good strategy given you become a moving target, and you make a lot of noise.
You can read up on the vehicles and what they’re capable of, right here.
In other Black Ops 4 battle royale news, check out the complete map overview right here. Don’t forget, zombies will be part of the Black Ops 4 battle royale experience, too.