Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has split-screen, although you'd be forgiven for not knowing.
The developer, Treyarch, didn't shout about the feature in the run up to the game's release, but now the game's out in the wild, players have of course noticed.
There's split-screen for two in competitive multiplayer, although it's worth noting both players must be signed into PlayStation Network and at least one player must have PlayStation Plus for it to work. Up to four players can play split-screen in zombies mode.
Split-screen even works in Blackout, Black Ops 4's battle royale mode, although performance is pretty rough. I played a match couch co-op with Digital Foundry's Tom Morgan today and he mentioned a significantly lower framerate, graphical issues and a general sluggish feeling compared to the razor sharp default experience. (We finished fourth, thanks for asking.)
Still, it's cool to see Treyarch keeping the split-screen dream alive in 2018, a time when most developers have ditched it.
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