New details continue to come to light about "Call of Duty" and the next title of the storied first-person shooter franchise. The new "Black Ops 4" has surprised everyone by announcing that it will not have a campaign mode. This instalment of the franchise will be 100% multiplayer and will feature a Battle Royale mode. Thus, it is announced that "Call of Duty", will be a game that aims to compete with PUBG and Fornite.

When the multiplayer was launched for the first time in the "Call of Duty" franchise, about 10 percent of users played competitive multiplayer. It progressed very quickly in 2015 and 2016, where 90 percent of players started to play in multiplayer mode.

Below is everything I know right now concerning the latest updates coming to the game as well as the new changes announced by the developer.

'Blackout', the new 'Battle Royale' map

The game will maintain its essence, but there will be changes that differentiate the evolution of this title with respect to the previous ones. The control of the weapons, as well as the movements of the players, will receive some interesting changes. According to reports by the developer, there will be details everywhere to make the game one of the most exciting and anticipated games.

It is worth mentioning the introduction of the "Blackout" mode. It will be a "Battle Royale" based on a map, 1,500 times larger than Nuketown. One of the largest maps of the previous sagas.

Players will be able to play with marine and aerial vehicles.

The game mode can be alone or with teams and there will be weapons scattered throughout the map. Although the presentation already makes us see that it will be one of the greatest games of this year, surely in the E3 2018, the developer will offer many more details about the game.

According to Dan Bunting, Co-Director of Treyarch, "Black Ops 4" is by far the most ambitious title the franchise has ever created. In essence, Black Ops has always tried to challenge the established and to take the game in new directions. Bunting also added that with "Black Ops 4", they have designed an experience for all game styles and skill levels. The game will reportedly provide a range of tactical depth that rewards players for their dominance, and which is fun to play.

'League Play' in 'Black Ops 4'

With all this multiplayer approach you can already understand that this game wants to be part of the eSports. One of the things that makes it clearer is the return of "League Play". It was a competitive community that emerged in the "Black Ops II" and has returned for this new game. So that the most competitive players can be sure they will have tournaments and competitions to demonstrate their skills.

This is all the information known so far. Keep enjoying the game, and stay tuned for more updates as they become available.