While all of the hype has been surrounding Blackout recently, Treyarch certainly hasn't neglected the standard Black Ops 4 multiplayer by any means.
In fact, Treyarch has been very busy balancing and updating the game after their past multiplayer beta, and they have just now announced two new maps that'll be appearing in Black Ops 4's multiplayer.
The first map is Summit. This is a fan favorite from the very first Black Ops game, and many people are happy to see it return.
Summit is a research facility covered in snow. It's a fairly small map but it offers some excellent opportunities for close quarter combat.
The second map that Treyarch announced is Morocco. This is a brand new map that Treyarch mentioned will be available from October 12. Morocco takes part in a small Moroccan village. The full description for this map is as follows:
“Rebels in a small Moroccan village are using government military support planes as target practices as they fly over the surrounding Sahara Desert.”
We don’t know if Treyarch will be announcing any more multiplayer maps for Black Ops 4 before the game launches, but so far we have seen a total of 12 maps. This includes the four remake maps and eight brand new locations.
If Black Ops 4 only had 12 multiplayer maps to begin with, we’d be more than happy. 12 maps is a lot to get through and it’s important to keep in mind that players will also have access to Blackout and the zombies mode.
Like past Call of Duty games, we should also be introduced to new multiplayer maps as DLC is dropped throughout the end of 2018 and the majority of 2019.