Many argue that it's an erroneous decision to remove single-player mode from the latest Black Action 4 game in Call of Duty. On the other hand, the data actually showed that there are not many players playing the single-player campaign, and the cold number also shows that Activision and Treyarch's efforts have paid off.
Variety reports that the market for "Decision Time: Black Ops 4" in the first three weeks after listing actually exceeded
"Black Action 3" (more than 3 times PC version sales!), And more than that, compared to "Black Action 3", players spend an average of 20% more time on "Black Action 4".
Basically, developers and publishers choose to make a very smart decision about what people actually use in the game. "Crucial moment: Black Ops 4" is very popular, and what will affect video game business remains to be seen, basically, this work means lower costs for developers and publishers, but increased sales.