Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 Will Feature Split-Screen, But There’s a Catch

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  • Black Ops 6 offers split-screen gameplay for 2 players, but not 4 like in the series’ older entries, disappointing some fans.
  • Split-screen is only available on next-gen consoles as well, excluding older consoles for performance reasons.
  • While there are some big limitations, Black Ops 6 having split-screen at all can be seen as a win, as it is becoming increasingly rare in newer games.

Many gamers adore and look forward to Call of Duty: Black Ops 6’s split-screen functionality, but there’s a catch that may irritate those who prefer the split-screen gameplay found in previous titles. The newest game in the well-known first-person shooter series, Call of Duty: Black Ops 6, is being developed by Treyarch and Raven Software and is scheduled to release on October 25, 2024.

By including both new and classic gameplay aspects, it appears like the most recent Black Ops game is attempting to appease a wide range of Call of Duty enthusiasts. During the Xbox Games Showcase, Black Ops 6 was officially revealed. It was revealed that the game will offer a unique blend of new and old gameplay, including the return of beloved aspects like the iconic Prestige along with innovative features like Omnimovement. While the return of split-screen in BO6 may please ardent fans, there are drawbacks as well.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 devs confirm that there will be a big change in sniper rifles, making them significantly different from Modern Warfare 3.

As confirmed by Activision, the split-screen gameplay in Black Ops 6 will only allow two players to share the screen, as opposed to the four-player setup in games like BO3. This will surely be a letdown for larger squads who were expecting a split-screen mode that allows for four players to share a screen. This is especially disappointing for players who are looking forward to the Zombies mode in Black Ops 6, as it’s certainly more enjoyable when there is a full group of four people in the squad to fight the undead. While the series has not featured four-player split-screen since Black Ops 3, and it is nice that even the two-player split-screen exists, it is a bit disappointing that the four-player option is not coming back alongside Zombies’ return to form.


Black Ops 6’s Split-Screen Option Might Disappoint Players

The fact that the two-player split-screen feature will only work with current generation consoles—the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5—is another drawback. For gamers of the previous generation consoles who are anticipating the game’s PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release, this is very depressing. Activision claims that in order to maintain performance integrity, developers are not permitting split-screen gaming on previous generation consoles. Although it’s unclear at this time if PC gamers will have split-screen capability, it’s evident that a lot of them believe it would be fantastic if they could.

The unveiling trailer and information that were made public following the Xbox event suggest that Treyarch and Raven have been working feverishly on the gameplay features and mechanics of Call of Duty: Black Ops 6, which has been in production for a while. Compared to earlier games, Black Ops 6 will have significantly altered mobility thanks to the addition of omnidirectional movement, a redesigned and customisable HUD, and a traditional Prestiging method.

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