Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is embracing the big trends, as if that wasn't obvious enough with the inclusion of Blackout, the game's battle royale mode. As spotted by users over on Reddit, the shooter will feature both emotes and sprays that you can use mid-match. Prepare yourself for a lot of funky dancing.
One of the chief concerns here, however, is that in-game emotes will allow players to "emote peek", a term that refers to players using the third-person camera that accompanies emotes to look around corners and check for incoming opponents. We'll have to wait and see whether it's a concern that carries over into the finished release.
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