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New Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Bundle Removes Zombies Mode


Activision has a retail choice for those interested in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 only inside competitive multiplayer modes without the cooperative Zombies mode. Today the publisher announced a PC-exclusive bundle named the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Edition, available solely through Blizzard's digital storefront. The Battle Edition includes the Multiplayer and Blackout battle royale modes, but drops the Zombies mode, and possesses a cheaper price . of $29.99 as a result.

The full price is technically $39.99 but continues to be dropped in a continuing sale that may last through January 6. Discounted, that's just $15 apiece for both the Multiplayer and Blackout modes. There's really no word on if it bundle will arrive to platforms in addition to PC.

Also, individuals that purchase the Battle Edition may have an opportunity to buy the Zombies mode separately contained in the Digital Standard Edition. The regular edition typically costs $59.99, though it's currently discounted to $47.99. Players will undoubtedly have to pay the primary difference in price as long as they upgrade. The Digital Standard Edition also may include 1,100 Call of Duty Points and several bonus items to help justify extra price.

Activision Senior Vice chairman of worldwide Digital and Mobile Commerce Rob Schonfield provided a prepared statement explaining Activision's reasoning for releasing the revolutionary bundle:

"The Black Ops 4 Battle Edition is a fantastic solution to bring a lot more beginners in to the game and permit those to jump into your incredibly fun Multiplayer and Blackout modes which fans have loved a great deal of since the first day."

"It'll acquire more people playing Black Ops 4," is actually a surprisingly straightforward and understandable statement. Even though implication the cooperative Zombies mode or high price point is putting players off is up for debate.

A $30 price also makes Blackout priced competitively with PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, though they're both still distant from Fortnite's free-to-play status. The timing of the announcement is also interesting to think about, due to the fact there is a rumor that Valve is reportedly announcing its own battle royale Counter-Strike spin-off tonight on the Game Awards. However, maybe Activision is trying to still improve holiday sales starting the headed holiday sales season before Christmas.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 can be obtained now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Edition is accessible now exclusively on PC.

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