Treyarch confirms Black Ops 4 multiplayer will include Perks

In a tweet today, replying to a fan, developer Treyarch confirmed that perks will return in Black Ops 4. This is the second tweet from Treyarch regarding Black Ops 4 and its multiplayer.

With speculation mounting that Black Ops 4 won’t include a single-player campaign, the steady reveal of multiplayer features may be to assuage fan fears.

Recently, Treyarch seemingly confirmed that Pick 10 would make a return in Black Ops 4. With Pick 10 and Perks appearing in the title, multiplayer fans are sure to be excited.

Black Ops 4 Perks

Perks form part of the Pick 10 system and allow players to gain extra abilities or passive improvements such as better health, armour, extra grenade, faster running and the like. 

Perks are a big part of Pick 10, so this tweet from Treyarch seeming confirms that Black Ops 4 perks will be usable within the Pick 10 System.

It looks like Treyarch may be planning to offer small teasers in the lead up to the reveal of Black Ops 4 later this month, May 17.

Black Ops 4 will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 12, 2018.

Stay tuned for more info.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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