PlayStation Live from E3 2018 saw a demo of Treyarch's upcoming Call of Duty Black Ops 4 and joining the presentation was David Vonderhaar from Treyarch to explain some of the features players will get to experience when the game launches. What's even better is that this offer starts tonight (June 11, 2018).
The other Call of Duty news (which was previously reported) is that the classic Slums, Jungle, Summit, and Firing Range maps will be remade for Black Ops 4. Keep checking back with GameSpot for more on Black Ops 4 during E3.
Pricing for the Black Ops Pass was not announced; we'll report back with more details later. However, the bigger news is you can't buy the standard edition of the game and then buy the Season Pass separately. Smaller packs are no longer available for separate purchase.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be heading to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on 12th October.
At present, Activision is encouraging players to grab the Digital Deluxe Edition, the Digital Deluxe Enhanced Edition, or the Pro Edition to get their hands on the pass (each edition also comes with extra goodies).
"You'll need to log in with a Call of Duty account and enter your Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Private Beta code".
We have contacted Activision to see if they can clarify how this will work for those who buy the physical version of the base game.
Yet when this confusion came to light, the Activision Support FAQ quickly changed its tune.
The changes made to the Black Ops Pass won't impact those who wanted the DLC to begin with, but it sets up an interesting dilemma for those on the fence.