Unfortunately, it seems the rumours of Black Ops 4 ditching its season pass aren't true - the Black Ops Pass will bring a total of 12 new maps, plus five new zombie experiences and four exlusive characters for the new "Blackout" (battle royale) mode.
PlayStation Live from E3 2018 saw a demo of Treyarch's upcoming Call of DutyBlack Ops 4 and joining the presentation was David Vonderhaar from Treyarch to explain some of the features players will get to experience when the game launches.
The changes made to the Black Ops Pass won't impact those who wanted the DLC to begin with, but it sets up an interesting dilemma for those on the fence.
The Black Ops Pass demands players pay $99 up front for "Black Ops 4" DLC. This pre-order offer is open to all PS4 owners via PS Store, so don't miss out.
Activision's FAQ page for the Black Ops Pass contains some justification: "We're redefining the digital content season for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 by delivering more content with more frequency".
If you want to check out what other news dropped at the PlayStation conference, check out our Sony E3 2018 hub for all the announcements, games and trailers.
"If you don't have a Call of Duty account, you can create a free one".
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