Call of Duty Black Ops 4’s Black Ops Pass has come in for a lot of stick ever since it was announced. Not only does it split the userbase by containing premium maps at a time when most shooters have ditched such a strategy, but most who’ve forked out the £40 it costs reckon it hasn’t offered value for money.
Fast forward to 21st May, and Black Ops developer Treyarch announced a new update for the game – and a part of the update is designed to make the Black Ops Pass better.
Now, those who own the Black Ops Pass grant access to all the Black Ops Pass multiplayer maps to their squadmates while playing in a party. This is welcome for those who don’t own the Black Ops Pass, of course, but it’s also good for those who do and want to access the maps while playing with friends who don’t.