Treyarch is tweaking Blackout’s player count
As of late, Treyarch has been working on finding a solid number of players for Call of Duty Black Ops 4’s Blackout. Apparently, there have been issues of the battle royale mode having too many players in one match. So, certain modes have been updated for the moment like Four player squads are 88 instead of 100. Additionally, Treyarch has been vocal on their attempts to adjust the game:
“While we test out different maximum player counts in Quads, we’re boosting Duos from 88 to 100 per match on all platforms,” said Treyarch. “Let us know how hunting down an extra dozen targets out there feels in Duos.”
“We’re continuing to update various game settings to ensure the best experience for all players across all platforms and modes.”
Apparently, the game is suffering crashes from its PC port which Treyarch has reported as well. Though, this feels like a rocky start for Treyarch’s latest title it seems like it will take some time to get by. To sum up, this is something new for the Call of Duty series and it will take a period to fine tune their vision to the liking of everyone.
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