Arsenal Sandstorm, a variant of the Arsenal map marred by a sandstorm, is one of the least loved by Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 players. If you come back as a non-fan, we have good news: Treyarch has released a new patch that reduces its frequency of appearance in map rotation!
According to the company, the decision was taken based on the data collected and the feedback received from the players. The community does not seem to particularly like the poor visibility of the arena introduced last April, which slows down the gameplay and forces one to use the thermal viewer in more than one circumstance. In addition to that, the developers introduced a Multiplayer playlist entirely focused on the Nuketown map, announced the return of the Close Quarter Frenxy mode to Blackout on May 28th and started a Quad Feed weekend, which allows for the double rewards in all modes.
What do you think of the decision made by Treyarch? Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, remember, is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Meanwhile, rumors continue on the next chapter of the series, which according to many will be a new Modern Warfare. What is certain is that Call of Duty 2019 will be at the E3 Coliseum, so it is not far from the official reveal.