As promised, Treyarch have started rolling out camo progression for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's Blackout royale, albeit Activision's exclusivity deal with Sony means that PlayStation 4 fans get to test it a week before it hits PC and Xbox.
That being said, a week of exclusivity isn't all that bad, especially when PlayStation 4 owners get to be on the receiving end of Treyarch's fumbles like 9-bangs or armour, the latter of which looks like it'll be tweaked and re-tweaked until the end of time.
Anyway, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's latest update landed on the weekend, with Treyarch delivering on their promise for full camo progression in Blackout. If you're as good a player as you think you are, you'll have a chance to prove your skills with some skins.
Blackout's progression system has players collecting paint cans, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's new resource, and cashing them in for camos. It's not just about hard skills either, as players will be judged in three categories.
"This new mechanic is uniquely designed to reward players for exploration, looting, and survival in Blackout, without having to complete headshot challenges on every weapon", Treyarch wrote.
As for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies, its mastery camos are live on all platforms, including mastercrafts, reactive camos and Black Market camos. Players can also unlock new reticles by completing the Armory's Reticle Challenges. No, not those reticles .
Treyarch also launched the Pro Series Moshpit playlist on all platforms, hoping to cater to more competitive players who're loking for a shooter experience with fewer specialists. The company said, "Now's your chance to get a feel for how the pros play with new limitations set on Specialists, Scorestreaks, weapons, and more."
Hand in hand with the PS4 update came Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's 1.12 update for the PC, which is identical to the PS4 one, except of course for the added exclusivity delay.
You can check out the full list of changes on Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's subreddit here .