Judging by James, Chris and Tyler's impression, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's game of royal mode, called Blackout, sounds like a lot of fun, but it's not easy. Many players have complained about team killings, claiming that being able to pick up the teammate's loot after taking them in the back just encourages people to become like that. Treyarch listens, saying that it is one of many issues that should be addressed during the beta.
At Reddit said it was agreed that you should not be able to use cool teammates you've killed, and that's a solution to your to-do list. It said that it will also continue to ban players for intentional killing and urged players to report bad behavior through the mode's social menu.
Players have also flagged some weird sound bugs, and Treyarch is planning to smooth things over. "We discovered and determined a critical error where the players' environment does not affect the sound of the game properly. This is why, for example, someone directly above or below the player can hear so much higher than expected," said it. "When the game is released, the footsteps will be properly influenced by walls, floors, ceilings and other objects in the world."
It also said that it would make it easier for players to tell how much damage their armor has taken off adds a "armored armor" over the player's own bracket and that at launch it will be obvious if your pictures hit a vehicle or an enemy in a vehicle, at the moment it is difficult to distinguish.
For a complete list of planned changes, read the Reddit post. Black Ops 4 will be released on October 1
Oh, and if you want to see a ridiculous long-distance tomahawk kill in Blackout, click here.