Call of Duty Black Ops 4 releases this weekend, bringing with it the first AAA-studio-developed battle royale mode to hit retail shelves: Blackout. But is buying it the only way to know if it's your bag? Not necessarily, as Redbox will have the game available at launch to rent for $3 a night or $7 over the whole release weekend.
While other studios are scrappy independents or are still in early access, Treyarch and Activision are dropping in with a fast-paced COD experience scaled up to a 100-player free-for-all. We, and other players around the
Friday's full release will differ in many ways from the current stable of last-man-standing shooters out there in the wild already. COD's signature run-and-gun playstyle mixes with on-the-go perks for a fast and fluid firefight experience, and the production value that comes with a studio of Treyarch's size should make for the smoothest, bug-free battler yet. But there's also an even bigger difference for some battle royale fans: a $60 entry fee.
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Redbox will have stock of Black Ops 4 at launch on 10/12 and offer three nights of renting for just $7, allowing you to play any mode including Blackout, for the entirety of the launch weekend. For anyone still on the fence about whether Blackout is the battle royale for them, this is the best way to take part in the excitement of the launch without committing to a mode they might not click with.
Visit Redbox Games to reserve your copy, or click here to find your nearest Redbox location and prepare for the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
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