Activision, Treyarch and Beenox have released a brand new trailer for the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
The trailer, which was uploaded to the official Call of Duty YouTube channel is made up of footage all taken from the PC version of the game.
The minute long video also highlights the PC specific features that will come with Black Ops 4 on release, including uncapped framerate support, 4K resolution, dual and widescreen monitor support and extensive control options for mouse and keyboard.
The trailer again confirms that the PC version of Black Ops 4 will release exclusively on Activision Blizzard’s Battle.net platform.
Beenox, the studio working on the PC port of the game, have spoken in the past about how the console version will feel slightly different, especially in terms of balancing weapons, due to the accuracy that players will have using keyboard and mouse instead of a controller.
Black Ops 4 fans have already had a taste of what the game will play like on PC, thanks to the Black Ops 4 Beta which ran from August 11 to August 13.
There is still one more opportunity for CoD fans on PC to get their hands on Black Ops 4, with the beta for new battle royal mode Blackout set to release on September 15.
The full game will release on October 12, available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC through Battle.net.
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