Call of Duty: Black Ops III mixes the series’ familiar first-person shooting with a wild cyberpunk storyline. The narrative breaks apart the further the player progress unless it finally explodes in a level that mixes World War II, zombies, and dying dreams. That level, Demon Within, is both the high point of the…
Announced last week via hoodie unzip, the eight remastered maps of Call of Duty: Zombie Chronicles will be available May 16 on the PlayStation 4 for $29.99. A copy of Black Ops 3 will be required to play.
Leaked all to hell and confirmed today via unzipped hoodie in a YouTube video, Black Ops 3 players are getting an extra dose of DLC in the form of Zombies Chronicles, a collection of eight remastered zombie maps from Black Ops, World At War and Black Ops 3 on May 16.
The biggest challenge in Micro, the “fun” multiplayer map in Call of Duty: Black Ops III’s final batch of downloadable content, is pulling yourself away from the massive cupcakes and copious amounts of alcohol long enough to shoot other people.
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Black Ops 3 launched on PC with some fairly serious issues, chief among them the fact it ran like stuttering garbage on i5 processors. A week later, is it safe to actually try and play the game if you’d previously been having problems? Probably.
Not only does Call of Duty : Black Ops III have all of its campaign content unlocked from the start, it has content that looks as if it comes from other games unlocked from the start as well. Check out the new multiplayer parkour-flavored “Free Run” mode.
If you’d like, you can now digitally pre-order Black Ops 3 for Xbox One. For still unspecified reasons, it had been removed from the service, and neither Activision nor Microsoft had a decent explanation why. Either way, it’s back.
Most games force you to play things in a certain order—and that gating can be a drag in certain situations. Black Ops 3, however, is trying something very different.
“Glitch” is the name of a move in Call of Duty: Black Ops III that lets you teleport—but only back to the position you were in a few seconds earlier. It can be tricky to pull off because messing up the timing or positioning will leave you out in the open, vulnerable to all kinds of killing. Not for this guy, though.
You might not be playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 anymore, but plenty of people still are, and they’ve noticed something really weird. Poster art has been subtly changed, and it appears to be linked to a reveal for the next Call of Duty.