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New Black Ops 4 Blackout Map Alcatraz now available on Xbox One and PC

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout's royale battle mode has added a new map, Alcatraz, on PS4 at the beginning of this month, and is now also available for Xbox One and PC.

The Black Ops 4 version of the San Francisco Island Prison is a close-up map that sees players fighting between buildings and lookout towers and across narrow cells and corridors. Besides being smaller than the standard map, it changes the way you drop off the map and includes zombies everywhere. Also, like Apex Legends, you can be reborn on Alcatraz. You can see it in action in the video embedded above.

Blackout is currently free on all platforms until the end of the month. Normally, you should own the entire Black Ops 4 to reproduce it, but this is not the case during this promotional period.

In other news, an update for Black Ops 4 has added a new Infected game mode on PS4, while some updates have been made to balance weapons and more. Go to Reddit to see a complete summary of the changes made to the game with its April 9th ​​patch.

It is said that the 2019 Call of Duty game is Modern Warfare 4 from developer Infinity Ward, although nothing is confirmed at this stage. Activision usually announces new Call of Duty games in late April or May, so it should be soon that we know more. What we do know for sure is that the game will have a traditional campaign after Black Ops 4 has ruled out.

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