Call of Duty is probably one of the biggest franchises in the gaming history. Created in 2003, it has respawned itself into several follow-up games, the latest being introduced very soon by Treyarch and Activision- Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
Following up on its predecessor, Black Ops III is set in the dystopian future of 2065, forty years after the events of Black Ops II. In this world, military tactics have become so evolved that soldiers are claimed to be more machine than flesh. Science and technology has drastically overpowered the human race, changing the landscape as well as the future of all humanity. Robotics plays a big role in this version of CoD and there are speculations of a robotic takeover. You are armed with your men, as per usual, only this time with a greater set of skills deemed to name you ‘supersoldier’. Because military technology has become too advanced for air assault, most of the game will follow covert operative fighting.
There are two zombie storylines that you will be able to follow as first-person player. The first, Shadows of Evil, turns the focus on a new group of characters, voiced by well-known actors. The four residents of the new, fictionalMorg City – Nero (Jeff Goldblum), Jessica, (Heather Graham), Jack (Neal McDonough) and Floyd (Ron Perlman) – all share the same form of a troubled past. They are all thrown into azombified version of the city and are guided by a mysterious figure called Shadow Man in order to help them through their journey of chaos. This story ties into the main zombie storylines of Black Ops II.
The second storyline, The Giant, shifts its focus on alternate versions of the original characters – Tank, Nikolai, Takeo, and Edward – and this picks up where their story left off in Black Ops II as Origins.
The regular campaign, multiplayer and zombie mode in Black Ops 3 hacks have been overhauled. In this game players can create a 4-player cooperative gameplay, customize their soldiers with selective genders, as well as an open arena that allows players to complete levels on multiple ways. A new movement system called “Specialists” has been designed to use in multiplayer mode. Here players can choose form 9 different soldiers with different abilities, it features a new “Gunsmith” feature allowing for weapon customization combos and it includes a “Camo Designer”.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III and its Deluxe Edition are available for pre-order on PC, XBOX One and PS4 on the CoD website: www.callofduty.com. By pre-ordering the game you will get access to free content such as the multiplayer Beta version and in-game items for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
For those who would rather prefer to wait, the full game will be released on 6 November 2015.