Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 Review
This game can be described in one word: intense. Black Ops 4 brings the intensity and futuristic theme of Black Ops 3. A main complaint however, is the lack of customization of gear. Customization of the avatar’s outfit is possible, but does nothing for performance. However, gear and secret weapons are specific to each avatar. Each character has its own tactical and lethal stash, so it is not possible to mix and match avatar’s ability and gear. Also, the secret weapon received once a certain number of points is achieved is specific to each avatar, which can be frustrating and inconsistent.
Another complaint is the lack of the three-second rest that acts as an automatic self-revival. Instead, self-reviving is manual. This can be overwhelming for a game that is already so intense. A player constantly has to consider their health, and can take some getting used to for players who are used to the previous Call of Duty games. Once accustomed, it can add to the experience.
Also, some players have noticed that maps are smaller. This makes it harder to get away from enemies, especially in Search and Destroy mode. If players prefer more of a challenge, this could be an upgrade to them.
Black Ops 4 is also missing the campaign mode. However, this does not seem to bother many players. It does not affect the multi player mode which seems to be what most players prefer anyways. While some may miss following a story, the majority enjoy simple game-play with friends.
A feature that many players love is the slow-motion kill cam. It highlights the victorious player’s kills for everyone to see. Of course for players who rarely win, this can be a source of frustration.
Overall Call of Duty Black Ops 4 is an intense game, with limited customization, but has a few features that players will enjoy and if you’re playing it on the PC don’t forget to follow our FPS aim tips.