The king is back.
It’s completely understandable for you to be sceptical of the reviews that have dropped for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 so far, as it’s a series that has stagnated somewhat during the PlayStation 4 generation as fans fight for the return of more grounded combat while studio heads offer more and more means of mobility. Call of Duty: WWII, of course, bucked that trend by giving series veterans what they were looking for, but it’s this year’s entry that feels like it really capitalises on that. Feel free to remain suspicious, but we’re starting to believe in the buzz and excitement surrounding Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s release. If our time so far with the game is anything to go by, this is one of the very best multiplayer experiences of the generation.
We’ve spent roughly five hours with the title, spreading our time across the new Blackout mode and traditional multiplayer. And the thing that immediately struck us and has cemented itself ever since is how utterly phenomenal it feels to play. You’ll never leave the ground, save for a jump or two, but it feels like you can almost glide around every single map thanks to agile movement, incredible speed, and natural mobility. With instant response and impact, the feeling that you can do anything and everything is properly realised by a control scheme that builds upon foundations left largely untouched since 2007’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
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