Call of Duty Black Ops III – What You Need To Know
Call of Duty has been a must-have for gamers everywhere since Call of Duty 4 released in 2007. This installment will bring in plenty of new features to ensure that fans won’t want to stop playing. It will be made available on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and even PC.
Many fans love the single player campaign of Call of Duty, and now Call of Duty: Black Ops III will make it even better. Not only will you be able to play by yourself, but you can now play with three other friends. Never before has Call of Duty featured a 4-player campaign, until now.
After everyone has completed the campaign a few times, they’ll want to dive into the multiplayer. The Call of Duty multiplayer has always hooked people with their system of unlocking weapons and leveling up, and now they’ve taken it up a notch by adding in a smoother, more fluid, and fast paced experience that’s sure to keep you thrilled.
Of course no Call of Duty is complete without their famous Zombies mode, in which you take on hordes of the undead in a four player survival mode. Now Call of Duty will be bringing it back with a twist.
This version of Zombies will actually feature a full story, even including an experience based level-up system. These features will make sure gamers keep coming back to play it again and again.
You have multiple options on how to play the multiplayer. You can play locally, or in the same room, but you will have to have an extra controller. You can also play online, where you can be across the country but still play in the same game. Some people prefer to play locally, but many find the online option convenient.
If you wish to play online either with your friends or with random people, you’ll need some gear. For online multiplayer, a headset is a must. It enables you to communicate with your team and plan out some basic strategies, so that you can win the game.
If you pre-order the game, you’ll get access to one of the most beloved maps among fans – Nuketown. This pre-order only map is rather small and familiar to all players, making for a high-energy fast moving game. For such a classic map, it’s very much worth the early buy.
If this is your first Call of Duty game, playing the other two Black Ops games is advisable. You’ll be able to get them for a good price, and will be able to catch up on the story that takes you from the 1960s all the way up into the future.