Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Summary: Defying the franchise's tradition, Black Ops 4 does not include a single-player campaign. It makes up for that with some of the best multiplayer offerings in the series, including a fresh-take on the Battle Royale genre. Post-launch monetization dulls the experience, however.
Top Critic Average
Call of Duty nails battle royale with a blistering, jank-free experience.
Black Ops 4 has a few rough edges, but any of its three modes make for an enjoyable shooter experience that feel distinct and personalized.
A quality-made but unsurprising multiplayer FPS that offers refined versions of the current most popular modes and top-tier shooting.
The lack of campaign is sorely missed in this bold new direction for Call of Duty, but the multiplayer shines like never before.
The best Call Of Duty of the generation and while some will bemoan the lack of a story campaign, it's hard to argue with the quality and quantity of content on offer.
Whatever you're looking for in your online shooter, Black Ops 4 offers an impressive, highly enjoyable content suite that should keep you coming back for more
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is both broad and deep, but the star is its smartly executed take on battle royale, Blackout.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is the most 2018 game release you can imagine, and it might be one of Activision's most forward-looking moves in recent memory.
As a cornucopia of multiplayer action, what I've played of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 feels like it delivers.