Treyarch has released a set of images via tweets showcasing what looks to be the Black Ops 4 prestige emblems!
It's not that Black Ops 4 players are anxious that only players with special emotes will be able to peek-after all, even basic emotes like "clap" use a third-person camera, so peeking will be available to everyone. However not everyone can play it just yet.
Call of Duty:Black Ops 4 now doesn't feature live leaderboard support, but according to developer Treyarch Studios, that will change very soon. PC gamers will have to wait for the official launch time but those with PS4 and Xbox One early copies can play right away.
This year marks the first time that Call of Duty has eschewed a core single-player campaign, in favour of three Zombies chapters, the usual multiplayer shenanigans, and Black Ops 4's own take on the popular battle royale mode in Blackout.
While previous Call of Duty games also featured dances and emotes, they were strictly used as end-of-match taunts and weren't accessible during multiplayer. The company also stated that you'd need at least 112GB free space to complete the update with the final Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 install size being around 55GB.