What You Need to Know Before Purchasing Black Ops 4
In a lot of ways, Black Ops 4 is breaking new ground for the Call of Duty franchise. While some of that new ground is welcomed with open arms (looking at you, Blackout), some changes are much to the dismay of the fan base. One of the drastic changes coming to Black Ops 4 is the lack of a campaign.
That’s right. In no way, shape, or form will there be a traditional single-player campaign. You might shriek in terror or disgust, but a quick look at some numbers will explain why dropping the campaign makes sense. Simply put, most people don’t play the campaign. Even fewer finish it.
Still, though, you might be one of those people that buys Call of Duty each year to play the campaign. If that’s a dealbreaker for you, then steer away from purchasing this game. We do, however, think the multiplayer in the game (as well as Blackout and Zombies) is accomplished enough that it does warrant a $60 price tag.