Treyarch has released a new Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Game Settings Update. Previously confirmed was the “Quad Feed” event, which has now been implemented into the game with the Black Ops 4 November 21st update. A host of other changes have also been discovered by players in BO4.
Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Game Settings Update – November 21st
Quad Feed is now live! For the first time, this event will allow players to receive 2XP in Multiplayer/Zombies, 2X Merits in Blackout, 2X Tier Boost in MP and Blackout, and 2X Nebulium Plasma in Zombies. Whilst this new addition doesn’t come as much of a surprise due to the fact players have been reminded many times, a few other adjustments have been spotted.
END: Monday, November 26th at 10am PT / 6pm UK
Tiers 50% off in Black Market
In celebration of the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend, Tiers in the Black Market can now be acquired for 50 COD points instead of 100, 50% off. It may be worth making the most of this whilst you can, as this offer is only available until Monday, Nov. 26.
Throughout the past few weeks, many reports had arisen regarding the issues players were experiencing with spawning right near the enemy. Treyarch claims that this update resolves spawn issues in Domination and Control, which were effecting several.
Auto Mantle Toggle
A key, fundamental aspect of the game is to be able to adapt to wherever you wish to go. With the Auto Mantle being intermittent, numerous players have found themselves fall to their death unexpectedly. The option to apply Auto Mantle is now available in the controls menu. This has applied for PS4 and Xbox One, PC will introduce the option very soon. In addition, an issue where enabling Sprint Cancels Reload would disable Auto Mantle has been resolved.
Here’s what other changes have been made with the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Game Settings Update for November 21st:
Yesterday, Treyarch released Black Ops 4 Update 1.07 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC followed suit soon after. With this particular update’s file size being approximately 9GB – 11GB on console, players were undoubtedly in for a treat.
The long-awaited launch of Nuketown is now upon us. Players on whatever platform can now experience all-out warfare on the re-imagined classic. In addition, fans were also able to encounter Zombies in one Blackout’s most popular landing spots, Nuketown. Amongst these changes, Zombies stability fixes also occurred to try and fix the current state of the mode.