Wednesday, 21 August, 2019

Blackout gets a limited time mode that adds respawns

Call of Duty app reveals new ‘Ambush’ mode coming to Black Ops 4 Blackout – UPDATEBy Keshav Bhat Call of Duty app reveals new ‘Ambush’ mode coming to Black Ops 4 Blackout – UPDATEBy Keshav Bhat
Cecil Davis | 21 January, 2019, 14:13

Prior to its release, some Call of Duty fans were anxious about the dramatic changes that Black Ops 4 was making to the series.

YouTuber TheXclusiveAce noted that the Kap-45 was previously seen in Black Ops 4, if only briefly, through a thumbnail image in the Blackjack Shop which featured the gun in a cherry blossom skin. Respawning players will have to redeploy from a helicopter. DBNO will be live for a couple of weeks on each platform (it started on PlayStation 4 earlier this week).

Introducing the Black Ops 4 Blackout Respawn Mode, the first new game mode that has been added to Call of Duty Black Ops 4 since its release back in October 2018. This means that at least one of your squad has to be alive for you to respawn, only after the last circle collapse finishes, mind.

As you can probably guess, this leads to some action-packed gameplay.

In contrast to previous years, 2018's edition of the annual franchise dumped a traditional single-player story mode, and its associated spectacle, for Blackout and, on console, a bumper helping of a more co-operative Zombies mode that has likewise become a hallmark of the series.

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It will also allow them to compete better with other games with battle royale mode like PUBG and CS:Go.

It's not clear when this new mode will become available in Blackout.

"This multi-row grid approach makes it much easier for players to loot their enemies and get back into the fight", reads the update announcement.

The good news is now you don't just have to read about it, you can try it for free!