Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Aimbot Hack Spotted On PC

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Besides guns, there's other equipment that Black Ops 4 players will also want to collect. Armor is hugely important to success in Blackout, with players able to find it lying around in many parts of the game world.

Call of Duty developers Treyarch have revealed that a major update is coming to their newly released Black Ops 4 title, along with the game's first Double XP promo event. Black Ops 3 earned $550 million in that same time frame, becoming the biggest entertainment launch of 2015 up to that point. It also received a series record high of Twitch viewers for a Call of Duty opening weekend.

Despite being released for just nearly a week, PC hackers already managed to code Black Ops 4 auto aim hack. Consequently, the player count has also climbed compared to previous year, setting franchise records.

A patch released for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has increased the player count for Blackout's Duos mode to 100, while also dropping the player count for Quads mode to 88.

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Black Ops 4 sold over $500 million in the first three days of its release.

An update for Black Ops 4 saw Treyarch messing around with the player count for Blackout, their battle royale mode.

Activision added in their statement: "Total players, hours per player, total hours played, and Twitch viewership based on Activision data". Our digital sales results have been record-breaking across all platforms, and the overall performance strong. The three settings are typically over the top and amusingly elaborate (Ancient Rome, the Titanic just after it hit the iceberg, and Alcatraz), as are the boss-zombies which start spawning after you've survived a healthy number of rounds.

"Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has ushered in a new era of AAA: one where every studio and their grandmother tries to pack a battle royale gametype into their project".