Call of Duty: Black Ops III looks to adapt and allow gaming on an even bigger scale.
One of the most popular games’ series in the world is back with a fresh style, resizing the shooter platform on a bigger scale.
After Treyarch’s announcement of the new installment after Advanced Warfare, fans have been dutifully waiting for the next release of Call of Duty.
The expectation for this wildly popular game series is big, and the trailer for Black Ops III looks promising in fulfilling its hype.
The upcoming release of the franchise reveals a more gender-neutral approach in playable characters and increases the two player story mode co-op to four players.
Perhaps a reflection of the game’s unstoppable popularity, Black Ops III looks to adapt and allow gaming on an even bigger scale.
The trailer reveals stunning graphics that really show off the new Black Op’s futuristic focus. Filled with enemy robots and man-machine cyborgs, the trailer’s voice-over aptly questions: “How far can we push technology?”
Projecting modern technology into a more advanced future can really bring out interesting gameplay to enhance the shooter game (bionic arm, anyone?).
Though fans may be disappointed that it is no longer set in World War II, Black Ops III looks hopeful to remain faithful to its satisfying shooter-essence.
Along with bigger guns come bigger maps and more options for classes in multiplayer mode. This is coupled with unlimited sprinting and wall-running.
So, get ready for fast and unstoppable movement to help you keep up with new adventures in a reimagined world!
But of course, not everything is different in Black Ops III. The end of the trailer shows a deliciously small glimpse at the return of the game’s zombie mode – a nice callback to followers of the series.
Black Ops III is set to release on current gen only and will launch on November 6th, 2015 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.