Well, we guess that doubling the rewards for killing enemies could qualify as love but this is not the time to ponder ethics as Treyarch and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 are celebrating Valentine's Day with Quad Feed, i.e. double XP weekend.
Starting on 14 February 2019, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 players will get double the XP and weapon XP in multiplayer and Zombies. Of course, the same goes for merits and nebulium plasma in Blackout and Zombies, respectively.
Note that Treyarch's Valentine's celebrations will be lasting quite a bit longer than the actual ones, but we don't think players will mind. Namely, you've got until 19 February 2019 to pick up double the dough in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Treyarch wrote on their Twitter that the TDM score limit has been raised to 100 and the kill confirmed score limit up to 80.
Also live on all platforms in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 are endurance chaos moshpit and the second week of Ambush limited time mode. We're talking about the game's hectic mode that supports only snipers, melee and launchers.
Unfortunately, if you're a PC or Xbox One player, this is where the news ends, unless of course, you find announcements of announcements a thing. Namely, Treyarch said that "previews of new content coming to all modes in our next Operation" are coming this week, so you may still want to stay tuned over the week.
As far as PlayStation 4 goes, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 players are getting the new Arms Race TDM playlist, which officially kicks off on 12 February 2018, "where every EKIA earns you 150 points instead of the standard 100."
Treyarch wrote that Close Quarters Frenzy is making a return as well and in case you didn't catch it the first time around, this Blackout mode is about SMGs, shotguns, pistols, launchers and Bowie knives, accompanied by a seriously fast circle.
We'd normally point you towards patch notes, but the current round of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 changes fit fully in Treyarch's tweet.