Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 releases this October for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One but this year the annual shooter franchise is taking a step in a different direction. Reports claim that developer Treyarch's fourth entry in the top-selling Black Ops series may be making a few major changes to the Call of Duty formula and you'll be able to see how, live, tomorrow...

For the first time ever, Call of Duty may not have a single-player story campaign - a key feature Activision previously stated in years past was a core component for a large section of the player base. Despite COD's obvious popularity and longevity in multiplayer - and a massive pro league esports scene - its polished blockbuster action campaigns are where Call of Duty saw celebrities play key characters and where many players learned the weapons and controls before jumping into PvP multiplayer or zombies co-op.

In 2018 however, in an era where the shooter genre has evolved into larger-scale battle royale modes, survival experiences, or more tactical and dynamic gameplay, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is following suit according to rumors and reports.

Find out May 17, 2018 if Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 features a battle royale mode and if it does, how many players and what unique features will it offer versus the competition. Will it really drop its single player campaign? Will its already-confirmed zombies campaign be bigger and better?

The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Community Reveal Event takes place tomorrow, with the live stream starting at 10am Pacific. You can watch it right here (we'll update with the YouTube link above) or on Call of Duty's Twitch page:

Screen Rant will be at the Los Angeles reveal event to get hands-on with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on both PC and consoles, and we'll be chatting with devs from Treyarch so be sure to follow along for our updates on social media, our impressions here on the site, and send in your questions for the team if you have any!