Treyarch hosted a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 livestream earlier today to confirm information about the upcoming game’s multiplayer maps.
Four fan-favorite maps from previous Call of Duty titles will be remastered and available in Black Ops 4 at launch—Jungle, Summit, and Firing Range from Black Ops, as well as Slums from Black Ops II. Nuketown will also be remade and featured in Black Ops 4, but it’ll be available after the game launches on Oct. 12.
Longtime Call of Duty fans likely have many fond memories of all of these maps, and players can’t wait to see what Treyarch has planned for them in Black Ops 4.
A leaked list of maps for Black Ops 4 mentioned remakes of Firing Range, Raid, and Standoff—but Firing Range is the only map from this list that has been confirmed by Treyarch at this time.
Today’s livestream also introduced a new map that will be available to play at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles from June 12 to 14. Four Black Ops 4 multiplayer maps will be playable at E3—we’ve already seen gameplay on Contraband, Payload, and Seaside from the Black Ops 4 reveal event. But today, fans got their first look at Frequency, which will be the fourth map available at E3.
Black Ops 4 multiplayer will also be playable at the 2018 CWL Anaheim Open from June 15 to 17, so fans have plenty of opportunities to get their hands on these four new maps. The remastered maps won’t be playable at E3 or CWL Anaheim.
Black Ops 4 will be released worldwide on Oct. 12.