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New Call Of Duty 4 ‘Ambush’ Mode Leaked

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New Call Of Duty 4 ‘Ambush’ Mode Leaked

Details about the newest mode to arrive Call of Duty 4 Blackout it’s called Ambush, and it’ heavily focused towards stealth, in Ambush players will be able to use melee attacks and sniper rifles, there is also an optimization in the Skulker, Outlander and Dead Silence perks.

The Blackout Free Trial begins today on PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and PC exclusively on Blizzard Battle.net , and will end at 6:00pm GMT, January 24.

 

Skulker allows you to move quicker in the crouched position. With Dead Silence, your player can move more quietly and create less noise when opening drops. Lastly, the Outlander perk reduces the amount of damage you take from being outside of the circle, and it also gives you more speed for two minutes. Thus you can more effectively avoid the circle.

If snipers and melees are the only attack weapons and the mode turns up the level on Skulker, Dead Silence and Outlander, the mid-range game is almost null and void in Ambush.

“The community response to Blackout has been incredible, and we love watching how players have really made the mode their own, evolving game play to a new level,” said Dan Bunting, Co-Studio Head, Treyarch. “We can’t wait to welcome new players to experience the unique Black Ops style of battle royale in Blackout.”

Blackout allows fans to play solo, or join their friends in duos or quads, and battle across land, sea and air. Players will fight as a variety of characters in locations inspired by maps including Nuketown, Firing Range, Raid, Cargo and more, offering diverse gameplay action for every type of player.

“It’s amazing to see the amount of creativity and fun that our players have from the moment they start playing,” said Mark Gordon, Co-Studio Head, Treyarch. “Particularly as game developers, we’ve always been fascinated watching clips and streams of how fans play, and we can’t wait to see even more people jump into the action.”

Read the full article at – Forbes.

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