The PC edition of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is getting some extra attention, an Activision Blizzard executive said during the company’s first quarter earnings call for 2018.
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Coddy Johnson, Activision Blizzard’s president and chief operating officer, took several investor questions at the end of the call, including one from Evan Wingren of KeyBanc Capital Markets, Inc.
“How do you anticipate this edition of Black Ops will differ from historical Call of Duty games that you guys have released?” Wingren asked.
Johnson said that over the eight years that Treyarch has been making Black Ops games, they’ve seen some 200 million players log billions of hours of gameplay, which gives Treyarch a ton of data to work with when designing new titles.
Johnson also said Treyarch is paying special attention to the PC edition of Black Ops 4.
“And it's a most important last point, which is that this is a game that's not going to just build on our strengths. It will continue to push the envelope in innovation,” Johnson said. “You'll see that in the core game itself, where we have a number of new exciting developments to roll out very soon, but also in the game's appeal on growth platforms like PC, where we've invested significant dedicated resources and design time to make sure we can deliver a great PC game to serve that community.”
Johnson said they’ll have more details to share during the Black Ops 4 global reveal event, scheduled for May 17.