Treyarch and Acitivision have seemingly disclosed information on which maps will be available at launch for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, with the sum being 14 maps. Nuketown will be added as a free map in November 2018, kicking it up to 15.
List of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4' maps available at launch is rather extensive when it's compared to those of Battlefield V. The latter will have a total of 10 maps in total, while Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will have 10 original maps, with the remaining four being remakes of maps previously seen in Call of Duty series. To top it off, fan favourite Nuketown will be arriving for free in November 2018, but no exact date has been specified.
Full list of maps can be seen bellow, courtesy of Charlie Intel.
- Firing Range
The last four maps on the list - Jungle, Slums, Firing Range and Summit are dubbed as "Black Ops Flashbacks" and will be based on previous Black Ops entries, such as the Vietnam War and Ural Mountains where Mason paid a visit to your friendly neighbourhood ex-Nazi chemist.
Morocco has been the talk of the town for a while and the fans got their wish, since the map is now nigh-officially part of the game. Other maps also include small descriptions, ranging from tranquil villas of Spanish crime bosses to chaotic fights in Icelandic mountain regions where the teams will fight over a nuclear warhead.
Treyarch and Activision are yet to confirm the exact number and types of weapons that will be involved in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and whether the fans will get disappointed with what they have to offer.
Considering that Black Ops 4 offered 40 per cent more maps than Battlefield V, it now seems like the game will offer more content than its competitor, and partially justify the monstrous disk space requirement that is only rivaled by Red Dead Redemption 2.