Activision revealed at E3 that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 won't be getting just one special edition but in fact will have three different special editions for fans to choose from. Here are the other PlayStation Plus games for June.
The Black Ops Pass demands players pay $99 up front for "Black Ops 4" DLC. It's all Black Ops Pass or nothing.
Considering that developer Treyarch has a record of supporting its games for an extended period of time, there's more than enough content to bother with such as additions to its critically acclaimed Zombies mode, receiving a ton of maps from previous Call of Duty games such as World at War and Black Ops.
Previously the Black Ops 4 FAQ did say that content which is part of the Black Ops pass can not be purchased separately.
It should be noted that Activision haven't shared anything on the subject yet and will likely not make an announcement until the week of E3.
Jungle, Summit, Slums and Firing Range are four classic Call of Duty maps that are coming to Black Ops 4, and we got a trailer showing them off with a flying bullet going through each map.
One big difference this year is that the Call of Duty server test will be open beyond consoles, with Battle.net also providing support for PC. The Pick 10 system is returning and will offer "super chunky choices" -as Vonderhaar chose to describe them as- through a new category called Gear which will allow high powered gear such as armor, stem packs, and more to be equipped.