One of the biggest issues that gamers have about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 right now is the fact that the game has no single player campaign whatsoever. Well now developer Treyarch has now explained why the single player was never added.
Treyarch co-studio head Dan Bunting was interviewed by Eurogamer had he explained in detail why Black Ops 4 does not have a single player campaign. One of the more interesting things he said was that they intended to always not develop a single player campaign because more of the engagement in previous games were only in the Zombies and Multiplayer modes.
They wanted to try something different this year to challenge the normal convention on how to make a Call of Duty video game. He then said they are trying new things all of the time to “tell stories in different ways”.
Sadly, he didn’t have a blunt answer about adding a single player campaign in the future, but he wants more people to enjoy the modes that the game has now with its extensive Multiplayer and Zombies modes. In terms of the Battle Royale mode, Bunting did not want to say if it will have 100 players, but it will be more than the average COD game.