Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Still Alive and Kicking
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – The magic is still on
It’s already been two years since Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 released; since then, the game has come to be considered one of the most unique games in the Call of Duty franchise. For starters, this was the first Call of Duty game without a solo campaign mode, focusing instead on the multiplayer modes. It also was the first in the series to include a battle royale mode, something that has become common in the series.
Since Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 release, we’ve seen the remake of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty Mobile achieving great success. That said, they’ve never quite captured the essence of Black Ops 4, including its futuristic setting and advanced weaponry. With the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War looming closer, let’s take a look at what made Black Ops 4 so very unique.
Like we mentioned before, one of the best aspects of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is its superb multiplayer modes. The franchise’s “specialists” system makes a comeback from the previous entry in the Black Ops series, giving the multiplayer an extra layer of tactical gameplay. The Blackout mode is also the first battle royale mode in the series, including characters from all over the Black Ops franchise.
For a two years old game, multiplayer is still widely populated. Playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on Xbox One right now might be easier than it was on release, as the player base of the game has grown considerably since release. Speaking of Microsoft’s console ecosystem, that’s another of the reasons why now it’s a great time to get started on the game.
The Xbox One Experience
Microsoft has evolved its Xbox line over the last generation of consoles. Although the PlayStation 4 is an amazing console, it’s no secret that the Xbox One was the console for multiplayer this past gen. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on Xbox One X is the definitive console experience for this game, as Microsoft’s top of the line console has way more computing power than the other consoles of its generation.
Now that the next-gen consoles are a stone’s throw away from releasing, it’s a great time to consider getting an Xbox One. Now that the official Xbox Series X/S specs have been released, we know for sure that the Xbox One X sits comfortably between the two new Xbox consoles. That means that if you decide to purchase Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on Xbox One physically, your copy would be compatible with most of the consoles on Microsoft’s console ecosystem.
Manageable File Size
Recently, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare made the news when its file size reached a new record: 232GB! This enormous file size terrified gamers everywhere, as it meant that the game would almost need its own SSD to run. Even if you have space to spare in your drive, it would still take a considerable amount of space to keep your game.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 still has a reasonable file size, especially on Microsoft’s consoles. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on Xbox One has a file size of just 45GB, nearly a quarter of the size of the newest entry. If you’re considering saving space in your drive, then definitely go for the Black Ops 4. The quality of life improvements present in this entry and multitude of game modes guarantee you’ll spend a long time mastering the many skills needed to be a Call of Duty pro.
October 12, 2020