An In-depth look at Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Call of Duty isn’t a property I’ve stayed aquatinted with over the years. It’s shown how popular of a game with massive staying power can remain relevant after nearly 20 years. My history with Call of Duty a very short one comparatively. I’ve played Modern Warfare and Black Ops 1 the most out of all of the titles and to me they remain to be all very similar. First person shooters for me tend to be one of releases with massive quality of life patches over time in the vein of Counter Strike or Overwatch. The need to reiterate a game every year is a turn off to me when I feel that other games tend to do a better job at keeping their base when they engage their communities with patches and dev updates. Needless to say this is my first time back and with good reason. Call of Duty has created their own version of the Battle Royale genre and that, among the other aspects of the game, is what I’ll be looking at here. So proceed knowing that I am a fresh faced Call of Duty player who is a fan of first person shooters.