If you’ve watched the video above, you already have some idea of what we’ll say: The multiplayer version of Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII looks like one of hell of a ride—a ride that’s a completely logical evolution from previous games.
It’s obvious this isn’t some nostalgic throwback that gives the gamer a taste of fighting on the ground in WWII. Black Ops IIII is going all in on a futuristic, Blade Runner-like feeling. It’s a thrill ride, switching perspectives and blasting along at a breakneck pace—everything you like about CoD in general, basically.
A couple of features from past games are gone, but Black Ops IIII is clearly smooth and flowing, for an added sense of knuckle-biting immersion. Guns are also more readily on hand and set to go.
There’s a Battle Royale mode as well, Forbes reports. It “will include land, sea and air vehicles on a huge map and will span multiple games and heroes, from across Black Ops and Zombies,” writes Forbes contributor Erik Kain.
This isn’t the only game version out today. There’s also a Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 – Zombies Mode, and you can watch a completely different trailer for that above.
Activision and Treyarch know they’ve got something special going on. The Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII reveal is receiving a movie-like roll-out, complete with a celebrity red carpet in L.A. featuring plenty of COD-obsessed pro athletes, including L.A. Ram Todd Gurley, Pittsburgh Steeler Juju Smith-Schuster and L.A. Clipper DeAndre Jordan.
Time to stock up on your gaming supplies and get ready for war.
Source:: MAXIM – News