Call of Duty's take on Battle Royale finally receives its first explosive trailer.
Treyarch's David Vonderhaar says 60 FPS is the target but it might not happen.
Nuketown, Array, Cargo, Turbine, and more are all part of the massive map.
AI-controlled Zombies are present in the Battle Royale mode, but work a bit differently from past games.
Apparently, Treyarch experimented with 100 players before settling on 80.
Nintendo did not make this game.
Details about Specialist missions, the battle royale mode, and more have been leaked.
Blackout maps are "built seamlessly together" and inspired by classic maps, as per Treyarch.
Gamescom attendees get to go hands-on with the new Hardpoint map.
Plus, EA has a plan to revive Battlefield 5, if things go sour.
Non-PS4 owners won't have to wait very long to join in on the battle royale fun.
Apparently, things are looking pretty bad for Battlefield 5 right now.
Body Armour will receive more explosive damage, while Fog of War will be more strongly enforced.
This is the first time that the public will be able to try the game out.
And we still don't know anything about it!
Sliding and bunny hopping have are at the centre of it all.
The new objective-based mode will have limited lives with purchasable weapons and perks.
Treyarch also reveals what modes and maps that will be available during the next beta stage.
Treyarch is looking into feedback its getting from the recently launched beta.
The upcoming beta test for the Battle Royale mode won't require a huge new download.