The first footage of the highly anticipated battle royale mode coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was teased on Monday July 30.
CoD fans across the globe have been eagerly waiting to see how the new Blackout mode will function, and their first glimpse shows it's going to be a rollercoaster of a journey.
The Blackout teaser appears in the video below after the main multiplayer trailer finished, and it confirms that we'll be seeing a beta for the mode sometime in September.
The video sequence revolves around a helicopter carrying a number of soliders, with multiple attempts to shoot it out of the sky using both a sniper rifle and some form of propelled explosive.
Other notable additions in the video include the use of a quad bike and a light machine gun being used from the helicopter.
You can view the Blackout segment below at 1 minute and 25 seconds.
Blackout's beta is set to take place a month after the initial multiplayer beta for BO4 will go ahead in August.
A number of questions still remain, including how access to the beta will be granted, server sizes and whether it'll be available when the main game is launched.