Treyarch has revealed the next wave of content coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Operation Grand Heist, which Treyarch is calling the start of “a new season of content, events, and updates in Multiplayer, Blackout, and Zombies through April”, begins its rollout February 19th on PS4. As with all Black Ops 4 content, Operation Grand Heist will come to Xbox One and PC a week later.

The first wave of content includes the return of fan-favorite multiplayer mode One in the Chamber – wherein players have nothing but a single bullet that replenishes upon kills – and a new specialist, Outrider. She comes equipped with her trusty Sparrow bow and her Hawk, a pilotable drone that will automatically tag enemies. Black Ops Pass owners will also get access to two new Multiplayer maps: Casino and Lockup.

Also included in the initial wave of new content is a new Blackout destination called Ghost Town, a brand-new prestige system for Blackout, new weapons for Multiplayer, and a new gauntlet for Zombies “Death-Con Five”.

Blackout will also be getting a new mode that has no qualms about boasting its Need for Speed inspirations. Hot Pursuit is a new mode that introduces three new vehicles: the SUV, PBR, and Muscle Car.

Check out the reveal trailer below.

Treyarch has also outlined that future operations are planned to drop in Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Check out our review of Black Ops 4 here.


Quick Take

I personally fell off Black Ops 4 about a month after launch, despite liking it quite a bit. It definitely needs a new wave of fresh content to keep the player base engaged, especially with EA’s hugely successful Apex Legends stealing player’s attention. Perhaps this will entice me to jump back and check out what’s new.

What do you think? Will you be checking out what Operation Grand Heist has to offer? Are you still playing Blackout, or has Apex Legends stolen your attention? Let us know in the comments!

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