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Treyarch Announce New Community Manager Ahead of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Release

by Calum Patterson

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Treyarch, the development studio behind the Call of Duty: Black Ops series, have appointed a new community manager, ahead of the much anticipated launch of Black Ops 4.

Black Ops 4 was of course revealed to the public on May 17th, and there are a lot of new questions and concerns which fans may have.

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From the new Blackout Battle Royale mode, to the three Zombies maps all available at launch, and of course the massive and complex multiplayer, there was a lot for fans to take in.

The community manager then, will have a lot to manage, as Call of Duty fans are known for their incredible passion, particularly with the Black Ops series.

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Posting on the official Black Ops 4 subreddit, the new community manager introduced himself and his plans leading up to and following release.

Treyarch design director David Vonderhaar also made a rare statement, giving the new community manager his full endorsement.

I'm incredibly excited that Rob (he knows a little bit about PC gaming) decided to join us. He has my full endorsement and support. Be kind. He is here to help you. Rob can't decide what we do or do not do to the game or the tuning of it, but he can and will bring your important conversations to my design team.

You can read the full post from the new community manager below.

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Introducing the new Treyarch Community Manager... Me!

Hi, my name is Rob, and I’m the Community Manager here at Treyarch. And your community manager out there wherever you play Call of Duty: Black Ops, and in particular in the build up to our recently revealed Black Ops 4.

I say “your” because I’m here for you, our amazing community of fans.

“What the hell does that mean?”

Right… it means I’m here to help. I’m here to listen to what you have to say, and to bring that feedback to the team here inside Treyarch who are building the game now and who will continue to support it after October 12th. (That’s release day, just in case you had forgotten).

I’m here to answer questions wherever I can. As I’m sure you’re all aware, between our Community Reveal Event and launch day we’ll have much more to tell you about what’s in store for Black Ops 4.

I’m particularly focused on supporting the hopes, needs, and desires of our PC fraternity. Between the team here at Treyarch and our development partners at Beenox we’re dedicated to ensuring the PC community gets the game it wants and deserves.

If you don’t like something, don’t get something,or want clarifications then certainly air your viewpoints, but do it politely and respectfully. That means being respectful to your fellow Black Ops community members, as well as the team at the studio.

Everyone at Treyarch is absolutely committed to delivering the best possible Black Ops experience we can: from Multiplayer, to three separate Zombies maps, and Blackout mode on the biggest map ever created in the Call of Duty universe, there is something here for everyone. Black Ops 4 also represents the studio’s largest commitment to the PC platform to date.

To be sure you’re up to date with the latest information, be sure to follow us in these places:

Twitter: @treyarchPC

Instagram: Treyarch_PC

Discord: Treyarch_PC

https://community.callofduty.com/t5/Call-of-Duty-Black-Ops-4-PC/bd-p/cod-blackops4-pc

Also follow our friends at Beenox @BeenoxTeam

There's much more to come...watch this space.

/Rob

 

Source: Reddit