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Black Ops 4 is down to just £12 on PS4 in the Amazon Prime Day sale

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has some of the best multiplayer in the series, and it's only gotten better - and bigger - in the past year. If you play on PS4 and you still haven't tried it, now's the perfect time to pick it up, as it's just £12 on Amazon (opens in new tab) - more than 52% off. This is one of the best Amazon Prime Day deals (opens in new tab) thus far, and now's the perfect jumping-on point given the recent release of Black Ops 4's Apocalypse Z DLC (opens in new tab)

Black Ops 4 doesn't have a proper campaign, but it makes up for it in the breadth and quality of its multiplayer modes. It's got traditional team fights, the Blackout battle royale, and the biggest zombies experience yet. Especially at 50% off, it's a great pick-up. 

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 | Was £25 now just £12 on Amazon (opens in new tab)
While it might not have a proper campaign, Black Ops 4 makes up for it with its multiplayer modes. It's got Blackout battle royale, and the biggest zombies experience yet. At 50% off, it's a great pick-up and as close to a AAA no brainer as it gets.

Black Ops 4 is basically the cinematic multiverse of FPS multiplayer. It's got the team-based fights you'd expect from Call of Duty, battle royale in the form of Blackout, and zombies to top it off. In general, the game's multiplayer benefits from quality of life changes like smaller teams, tighter maps, more even weapon balance, and a slightly higher average time-to-kill.  Blackout stumbled at launch and the initial zombies experience was a little too familiar, but after months of balance updates and the addition of new maps, both modes have found their footing. If you want to experience it in 4K and HDR glory remember to weigh up your upgrade options with a look at the best PS4 Pro deals (opens in new tab) and the best gaming TVs (opens in new tab) you can get.

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