Call of Duty players who can't wait to get their hands on Black Ops 4 can now cross one thing off of their preparation list by pre-ordering the game ahead of its October release date.
Several retailers have now included product listings for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on their sites to allow for pre-orders before the game launches on Oct. 12
. Amazon previously opened up pre-order possibilities soon after the game was announced with both GameStop and Best Buy now having their pre-order options available as well.
The pre-orders show the game priced at the standard cost of $59.99
, but the Amazon listing also shows that the version available for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC versions are the "Standard Edition." Neither the GameStop nor the Best Buy listings include the "Standard Edition" in the game's title, but there also aren't any details on Amazon's site that differentiate this version from other editions. However, following previousCall of Duty trends, it's likely that different advanced versions will be released with extras included such as season passes for DLC and other collectibles, though those haven't been revealed yet.
As for the details that have been revealed for the game itself, Activision hasn't revealed too much on the game just yet aside from noting that it'll be set in the "near-future," a detail that may indicate some similarities to features and mechanic found in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. The official announcement from Activision did encourage players to mark their calendars for a special community event that'll include a "community reveal" and will undoubtedly bring more info about the game.