Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is available now on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
A full network analysis performed by YouTuber Battle (non) sense confirms the ongoing scandal surrounding reduced server send rates for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, dropping to 20Hz from 60 in the beta.
This year's instalment does things a little differently, eschewing a traditional story-driven single player campaign in favour of introducing Blackout mode, Call of Duty's take on the battle royale genre popularised by PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite.
For now, only the Contraband stream progression system is available to unlock new content.
Like with previous COD games, the Black Market is the store where players can unlock cosmetic gear and the like.
These Operations will deliver a new batch of content every couple of months, starting with the first season, Operation First Strike, which begins today on PS4.
All-New Blackout Characters- New playable characters will be released with each new Operation. You'll earn progress toward these cosmetic items by playing the game regularly.
We're bringing the Black Market back in #BlackOps4 today, first on PS4.
Specialists Outfits - Cool customization content built around themes for all Specialists in-game; you can even mix and match the look of your character within outfit sets. But, PC and Xbox One players have to wait a week for the Halloween event, meaning they get the green light on October 27.
Furthermore, Blackjack's Shop will go online in November. This is the place to go for the direct purchase of certain pieces of gear with limited availability. The shop refreshes weekly with a variety of items.
There are stickers, paint, emotes, and more that are all themed for the Black Ops 4 Halloween event.
The best way is to keep on grinding and eventually you'll hit max weapon level in Black Ops 4.