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Call Of Duty Black Ops 4: Blackout Perk Guide

Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout Perk Guide
Want to know what Blackout perks do in BLOPS 4? This Call Of Duty Black Ops 4: Blackout Perk Guide lists all of the perks we’ve discovered so far including basic information on what they do and how long they last.

As with past Call of Duty games, Perks in Blackout on Black Ops 4 provide the user with unique and rewarding buffs. These can vary from helping you in combat to making your exploration efforts more fruitful.

Call Of Duty Black Ops 4: Blackout Perk Guide

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Effect: Reveals nearby Stashes and loot items
Duration: 120 Seconds

Effect: Increase melee damage. Gain 50 health for each successful melee attack
Duration: 240 Seconds

Effect: Move faster while crouched and prone
Duration: 180 Seconds

Dead Silence
Effect: Move quietly. Make less noise opening Stashes
Duration: 240 Seconds

Squad Link
Effect: Teammates are visible through walls
Duration: 120 Seconds

Effect: Reduces damage from explosions and fire. Increased resistance to flashbang, concussion and razor wire.
Duration: 240 Seconds

Effect: Receive additional audible alert when targeted by an enemy
Duration: 240 Seconds

Iron Lungs
Effect: Increase breath hold time on Siper Rifles and Tactical Rifles. Increased breath hold time underwater
Duration: 300 Seconds

We are continuing to update this Call Of Duty Black Ops 4: Blackout Perk Guide as we progress through Blackout in BLOPS 4 and obtain more Perks.

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