Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Patch Changes Blackout Mode's Player Counts

Ruben Fields
October 21, 2018

In a tweet put out on October 18, it was announced that a "substantial" update to Black Ops 4 will go live on October 19, and will affect all three modes of the game - Multiplayer, Blackout, and Zombies.

Here are the partial set of patch notes for Call of Duty Black Ops 4 update version 1.03.

Black Ops 4 is apparently has the most "combined players" across its three modes, topping Call of Duty: WWII and Black Ops 3 in terms of numbers for the same period, and also now holds the series record for average hours spent in the game and total hours played overall on current-gen platforms. PC sales and active players are also up from past year. Black Ops 4 for the PC delivers a fully-optimized experience, which for the first time in Call of Duty's history will be available exclusively on, Blizzard Entertainment's online gaming service.

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"Black Ops IIII is off to a blockbuster start", said Call of Duty EVP and GM Rob Kostich in a press release.

Finally, on PlayStation alone, Black Ops 4 set a global, new day one record on the PlayStation Store for digital full game sales. We'll be sure to update this feature as that information becomes available, as well as provide more detail on the characters we're now missing. Reported earlier today, one player has captured a video of a Black Ops 4 hacker using an aimbot to eliminate his opponent.

One of the problems developers are facing for every PC games they release is cheats and hacks. The previous three games in the Black Ops series debuted in 2010, 2012, and 2015 respectively, and combined have sold over 86 million copies worldwide in addition to receiving critical acclaim.

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