Former Q & A tester Treayarch reveals numerous events in the development of Black Ops 4.
In the vast majority of cases, Call of Duty plays quietly. There is almost no information and therefore we do not know how the development of Call of Duty develops smoothly. But with Black Ops 4, that's different.
Former Treyarch Q & A tester he talked about the reddit about interesting experiences in testing and repairing the game. He confirmed his legitimacy by revealing the Easter egg from the zombie fashion community, which has not yet been revealed.
First of all, he talked about the campaign. According to his claims, he was the campaign in the Black Ops 4 plans and in the first half of 2017 should be in the game. The campaign was supposed to be in shape 2vs2 cooperative races to complete the mission. In some phases the teams had to fight each other, at other times they had to fight each other. According to his statements, he was one The 5 missions are practically completed, but in the middle of 2017 the campaign was completely abolished (probably afterwards discovered by the authors of Battle Royale Mode: D). This claim, however, denies Treyarch's statements that they have never planned to play.
At the same time, this Q & A tester has said that the game has, in response to fans and players, relatively large problems with errors, technical problems and problem issues. However, according to Treyarch's comments, Treyarch is not interested in mistakes unless he gets a big streamer or Youtuber during the stream. And then they start pushing to fix these mistakes. According to him, developers knew about a bunch of existing bugs and problems that were not corrected because they believed they would not reach more players.
Of the other interesting information we provide, we can say that each DLC package will contain 1 zombie map and the first will be prequel to the Choas story with four new characters. He also discovered that the game would surely be there Nuketown Zombies card and that authors want to play the game 4vs4 mode in zombie mode.
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