Battle Royale is where the heart is, with so many games being implemented around the genre, trying to cash in on the success of PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS and Fortnite : Battle Royale. This might be the first time a AAA developer officially decides to delve into the genre, marking it as a new addition beside the old modes in a traditional FPS knows for their yearly iterations. And now you know the official game map for the Battle Royale, and what to expect from it.
Where are you dropping first?
This is Blackout, featuring the largest map in Call of Duty history. Pre-order #BlackOps4 and get access to the Blackout Beta, playable September 10 on PS4: https://t.co/XFvGMDwF3M pic.twitter.com/RAxzzDxjPO
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) September 5, 2018
Considering that Battle Royale is the super hyped new addition to Black Ops 4, the map reveal from Treyarch has certainly raised some lumps in the community. What’s more exciting is that the maps seem to be a combination of iconic Call of Duty multiplayer maps (Array, Asylum, Cargo, Firing Range, Hydro, Asylum, Turbine and of course , Nuketown) thrown in together as map locations of a much larger map.