Recently, Activision and Treyarch confirmed several new features coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. However, the biggest and most controversial was the exclusion of a single-player campaign in the place of more multiplayer modes. When speaking to GameSpot, Call of Duty Vice President and General Manager Robert Kostich spoke about the criticisms.


“As we go forward [through the year], fans are going to learn a lot about the story that is embedded in this game. Look, it’s not a dedicated campaign like it was in the past. We’re telling stories differently this year. We think our community is going to love this game from end to end, because it has so much to offer. The core focus of it, I don’t think that’s going to be a problem really. I think what our community is going to love at the end of the day comes down to the gameplay and the fun you have with it. And I think that’s what this game is going to have in spades. This is a little different from what we’ve done in the past.”

Being the first in the series to commit to such a strategy is bold and we’ll have to wait and see how fans response to the game’s changes.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is set to be released on October 12 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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