But just because Black Ops IIII is ditching the mode, that doesn't necessarily mean that it's the end of single-player campaigns in future Call of Duty titles.
There you have it - all the big news from the Black Ops 4 reveal.
Mr Miller said creating a Call Of Duty version of battle royale had been in the making for some time, but the developers had wanted to fit it in with the series' character. Along with a gritty, grounded and all-out combat experience, Black Ops 4 multiplayer will focus on tactical and player choice.
According to the authors, the map of the Blackout fifteen hundred times more of the map Nuketown from the first Black Ops. The Zombies mode has evolved from a multiplayer mode to a full-fledged episodic story over the years, and this trailer gives us a first taste. Have Treyarch build your mega foundation to fall back on in between Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer creating the more traditional single-player games.
This seems to suggest that we may see PS4 gamers get first access to the beta, followed by other platforms. The entire mode is based around Specialists, unique characters with their own abilities, a bit like how hero shooters like Overwatch handle things.
Black Ops 4 looks like absolute shit.
It also introduces a new manual health system that you must strategically employ: choose when to regenerate your health as it recharges on a cooldown.
Like in past years, the developers behind the newest COD experience are planning to run server test for fans.
Set in ancient Rome, IX thrusts our four protagonists into a coliseum where ritual sacrifices may be required. Let's take a look at the zombie modes coming up. In Blackout mode, users will be able to play for the famous characters in the series Black Ops. However, an enterprising Reddit user took the time to count the little dots on the simulated map from the Black Ops 4 trailer and counted 140 players. This map will feature classic Black Ops locations familiar to many who have played the previous games in the series. Sea, land and air vehicles will be available in some form or another, and the map will be pieced together by meshing various maps from the entire Black Ops multiplayer oeuvre.
"Now we're working very closely with both the dedicated PC team at Beenox as well as Blizzard to make sure that this is an absolutely great experience for our PC players", said Treyarch's David Vonderhaar.