Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is more than just its Blackout battle royale game mode. Though the majority of hype and excitement surrounding the upcoming Call of Duty release is, indeed, focused on its experimental features (with good reason), the rest of the package shouldn't be ignored, either!
After all, this is Call of Duty we're talking about, and one made by Treyarch, so it's to be expected that the rest of the product is up to par as well. The latest reports we've come across, though, say that Black Ops 4 will ship with no more than 11 multiplayer maps to choose from, which may sound pretty low to some.
Furthermore, 4 of those 11 maps are remakes of old levels: Firing Range, Jungle, Slums, and Summit. What this means is that Black Ops 4 will, in essence, have no more than 7 brand new multiplayer maps to duke it out across, and the post-launch release of the Nuketown remake isn't new either.
Here's why this probably shouldn't bother us, though: a game as focused on its multiplayer component as Black Ops 4 needs to pigeonhole the majority of its players towards the same servers, so that people have someone to match up against. With Blackout attracting an awful lot of attention, spreading Black Ops 4's classic multiplayer module even thinner would certainly be a mistake.
What do you think, though? Should Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 come with the standard 15+ roster of multiplayer maps no matter what? Or are you homing solely onto Blackout as well?