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Call of Duty • Jun 13, 2018

Treyarch Appears Set to Introduce a 'Slew' of Free Post-Release Content in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

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Treyarch Appears Set to Introduce a 'Slew' of Free Post-Release Content in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Treyarch appears set to introduce a 'slew' of free content in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 following a Reddit post by a member of the development team.

Set to release on October 12th, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has gained a considerable amount of hype from members of the gaming community following its 'Community Reveal' in mid-May where in-game aspects were put on display for the first time.

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Following the reveal, fans have been attempting to learn as much as they possibly can regarding the upcoming title, especially during the Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as 'E3,' taking place in Los Angeles, California.

Treyarch, the developer of BO4, has maintained a steady flow of announcements and reveals in order to get fans excited for the game, including new information on post-release downloadable content.

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With E3 in full swing, Treyarch took to the Black Ops 4 subreddit to address any concerns in regards to DLC, stating that BO4 will have 'a slew of free, post-release content that will extend the Black Ops 4 experience with more new ways to play than we’ve ever done before.'

It is also mentioned how the Studio will take a similar route to the content added in Black Ops 3 even years following its launch, along with declaring that more has yet to be added to the 2015 title.

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The full Reddit post can be viewed in its entirety below.

Checking in from E3: A Conversation... 

"Gang, The week of E3 is always exciting and crazy busy. Visitors to the show are playing the PC version of #BlackOps4 in the Activision booth, and it’s great to see the lines of eager folks wanting to get their hands-on time.

I want to make it clear that we are very much listening to your thoughts, comments, and ideas. We know the r/ community is passionate and vocal, and it’s a place where we sincerely want to have a two-way conversation.

We are absolutely committed to supporting the entire community with a slew of free, post-release content that will extend the Black Ops 4 experience with more new ways to play than we’ve ever done before. With Black Ops 3, we’re three years after release, and we continue to support it with new content and continuous updates – and we’re not even done yet. Our commitment to the game has maintained engagement…and Black Ops 4 has far more post-release updates planned for the entire community. In fact, it’s a game that was built for expansion. Launch day is just the beginning of a long journey.

Our commitment to a great Black Ops experience remains as firm and full as it has always been. On PC, alongside @BeenoxTeam there are many people pouring their incredible talents into each of the game’s offerings.

This dialog is just beginning, stick around and be a part of the conversation, whatever your particular thoughts. ‪October 12‬‬‬‬‬ is just the start of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 journey.

/Rob"

Source: Reddit