IGN's Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review Plan

Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII Zombies 'Blood of the Dead' second trailer

Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII Zombies 'Blood of the Dead' second trailer

This year, though, we're going to break with tradition and try something new: because each of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's modes is effectively a different game with unique mechanics, maps, and objectives, we're going to treat them as such.

Turns out, it's "up to 115" for specific events, but the four-person Quads mode includes 100, whereas Solos and Duos is bizarrely tailored to 88 people.

To get the deal, you need to use Uber Eats and order the "Cod for COD" bundle from Harry Ramsden restaurants within those three catchment, which someone will then bring straight to your door. Additional to that, the Zombies mode and the first ever Call of Duty battle royale more, 'Blackout, ' is up for the grabs.

Head here to check out Jordan's full Black Ops 4 PC review, but it looks like his feelings are largely matched elsewhere.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is out now, and you're probably wondering where our review is, right?

However, given that Fortnite is free-to-play and more kid-friendly, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is unlikely to knock Fortnite off its perch, but it should eat into its player base. All these combined will give you the experience of battling in a brutal place (a complete package of brutality), some of which you already have and some which you'll get for the first time. Linked below are some of the sites that have a Black Ops 4 review ready for you to pore over. As we've yet to learn the identities of the three remaining Black Ops Pass exclusive characters, there's no telling what other surprises Treyarch has in store. Or maybe it won't work as well as we hope and we'll learn from it and do things differently next time.