Well, now that I'm back from Los Angeles and the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reveal event, and can finally have a chance to rest in my own home, I might as well get right back on my computer and show you the very thing I traveled all the way across the country to see.
Thankfully, however, this version will (hopefully) not blast your eardrums nearly as much as it did mine at the Jet Center in LA.
The reveal trailer doesn't go into any intimate detail about the modes or gameplay modifications that were revealed in hands-on sessions later, but rather just shows off how bombastic and intense the developers want this game to be.
The trailer primarily shows off all the maps that the press handled in our time with the game, and the experiences were pretty much exactly like what was displayed in the trailer.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 releases October 12th.