After four years, information about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s canceled campaign has surfaced. This game is the only one in the series without a distinct single-player feature.
According to Eurogamer, Reddit user Purpletoaster20 posted a thorough description of a “shared live service” campaign that would connect to Black Ops 4’s multiplayer modes and experts.
According to the publication, the report came after months of investigation and consultation with people involved with the abandoned effort. It also contained more than 400 photos, including concept art, original artwork, and early route planning, which gave the leak more credibility. The World United Nations (WUN) and the Free People’s Army (FPA) are the two primary groups left in the post-pandemic, post-climate catastrophe global order. The player must decide which side to support in battle.
The game would have a two vs. 2 “race to the finish” dynamic and be played alone as well. Depending on which teams achieved their objectives first, the world-state would change, basically generating a variety of distinct campaign encounters based on performance and allegiance.
For instance, the FPA infiltrated a data center in Zurich, Switzerland, for the purpose of obtaining crucial information in one task titled Data Control, which inevitably required players to kill a number of foes in the process.
The campaign apparently took place after the events of Black Ops III and was set in 2070, sometimes known as “the year of chaos.”
However, in the opposite viewpoint mission, the WUN infiltrated the facility’s lowest levels and planted explosives in order to eliminate it. The entire facility would be demolished, and the WUN would win if the WUN players were able to accomplish it before the FPA’s information was gathered.
Each group has a unique “handler,” a persona that would guide the gamers through each mission and usually manage the campaign, devised by game developer Treyarch to go together with the game.