Call Of Duty – Black Ops 3
A few days ago, Activision unveiled the trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, giving fans their first look at the third installment of the popular Black Ops game that is scheduled to be released on November 6. The trailer also gave us a glimpse of what the storyline will be focusing on in this edition.
Black Ops III is set in 2065, a post-apocalyptic future, forty years after the events of Black Ops II. By this time, science and technology have drastically changed the way things are, and in an effort to halt so called advancements by scientists, people have started protesting violently. At the same time, the technology had advanced to the point where robotics were a major part of combat, which meant that soldiers were becoming less human, leading to fear and speculation that the robots will eventually take over. Just like you did in previous installments of Black Ops, you will get to play as a member of a team of black ops soldiers, with super soldier capabilities.
Some of the other information that we have about the game reveal that the campaign mode, multiplayer mode and the always popular zombie mode in Black Ops III has been completely changed, which sounds great, but we will see how well it works when it is released. The Campaign mode now allows you to play a four player cooperative campaign, and allows you to fully customize your player, which can be male or female. The campaign mode also has a more open arena gameplay, which allows you to replay levels, and finish them in multiple different ways, which should make things more interesting.
The multiplayer mode has a new system that allows you to choose between Specialists and Gunsmiths in a new class system, which allows you to customize weapons and camo design specifically for their class.
The Zombie mode is a different mode all together now, because it has its own story mode, as well as a multiplayer mode, both of which have a new XP progression system, which will give you more hours of entertainment.
For those that pre order Black Ops III, Activision is throwing in a bonus by providing access to a multiplayer beta on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One, but they haven’t announced the start date yet.
One of the reasons Activision was able to add so many new features to Black Ops III, is because they have switched their game release cycle to three years, which allows the developers more time to make a quality product.