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Treyarch says it will tackle Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout teamkill looting
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode has been out for a week now (check out impressions here), and Treyarch continues to update not just the game but the community. This time, it’s announced plans to tackle teamkill looting.
The battle royale mode, which is currently in beta, has friendly fire enabled, which means your teammates can kill you. This also means you can loot the bodies of teammates you’ve killed, which many have said encourages griefing. You can play Blackout solo, in teams of two or in teams of four, and while Treyarch encourages you to play with friends, it’s not always possible.
In a post on r/BlackOps4, Treyarch pointed to the “report player” function in the game’s social menu, and insisted it is banning players for intentional teamkilling. But it also agreed with the community’s call to prevent teammates from looting their dead teammates.
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