Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review | Attack of the Fanboy

Call of Duty feels better off this year without the single player campaign when you look at its replacement. That replacement is more maps and modes in competitive multiplayer and zombies, as well as something that you could sink a ton of hours into when it comes to Blackout if Battle Royale is your thing. It’s a bold move to remove something that’s been so fondly remembered and even more so when you consider that Treyarch was taking the most risks with Call of Duty campaigns, but the result is the ultimate Call of Duty multiplayer experience.

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Dom_Estos6d ago

Attack of the fanboy.

Living up to the review score with that name.