One of the most intriguing elements of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is now free for everyone to try. Activision has announced a trial for Blackout, the first Call of Duty battle royale mode. However, it gets even better. This free version of the game will be available for almost an entire month.
From April 2-30, 2019, people will be able to play free Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout. In this mode, people can go into up to 100 player maps alone, with a buddy, or with a team of four. You can play as people like Alex Mason, from Call of Duty: Black Ops. The map area shrinks as time goes on, and you have to try and be the last one standing. There are different modes to encourage new strategies, and you have access to vehicles found in the Call of Duty series.
This isn't the only Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 news, though. A new map has been added to the Blackout mode. It is called Alcatraz and is based on the California prison. PlayStation 4 owners can access this new area right away! However, Xbox One and PC owners have to wait a week to play it, due to the exclusivity arrangements.
Now's a great time to get into Blackout! Go make sure your PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold is current, download the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 trial, and see what it's like. It's supposed to be one of the better battle royale options out there, and you can't beat free.
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