Treyarch's last patch for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was a bit on the light side, most likely due to Valentine's, but the company promised several important announcements, starting with the one of multiplayer tuning pass on 19 February 2019.
Thankfully, Treyarch thought of the forever alone crowds as well, adding solo editions of some of Blackout's limited time modes to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, just in case you've nobody to share the weekend with.
Nothing spectacular though, as we're talking about solo versions of the existing modes. As of this weekend, PlayStation 4 owners can play Solo Close Quarters Frenzy, with the LTM in the second week of the two-week exclusivity deal between Activision and Sony.
As for PC and Xbox One players, they're getting Solo Ambush. Treyarch said that they'll continue to offer solo and duo variants of the popular and traditionally quad-based LTMs, so as to give players as many ways to play Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 as possible.
The real noteworthy part, however, is the upcoming tuning pass of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's multiplayer, with Treyarch posting a lengthy list of all the improvements, tweaks and fixes.
For instance, PC players can look forward to improved ADS sway on a bunch of weapons, as well as tweaks of hipfire accuracy and some damage adjustments, although the patch covers all the platforms, and then some.
Ultimately, it seems like every weapon, item and feature is heading for a tweak or two, which are expected next Tuesday, the same day Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's next operation goes live on PlayStation 4. Moreover, "Blackout will have its own separate weapon tuning changes", which Treyarch will reveal in the patch notes.
Hand in hand with the new operation come the World League Hub and League Play, with the first League Play event scheduled for 21 February 2019. The company also reminded that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's Pro Series Playlist is a perfect way to start training early, as it's based on the CWL rules.