New versions of zombies and new weapons are all part of the Black Ops III family and Activision and Treyach went the extra mile to give us the ultimate multiplayer experience ever made.
Treyach’s Call of Duty Black Ops III is set 40 years after the events in Black Ops II and in many ways it sorts of picks up from where Advanced Warfare left. If you thought Black Ops II and Advanced Warfare went full sci-fi, think again. Loyal fans and first time gamers will equally by left gasping in awe when they play Black Ops II. You are guaranteed intense sci-fi action packed campaigns with the most advanced weapons in the world or is it out of the world? And you haven’t even gotten to the Multiplayer mode yet. This review provides you with a quick brush through of this action packed game.
Tactical in Black Ops III is off the chart. Now, all true fans can recall just how Advanced Warfare was especially the Exo-abilities. Remember how, while fighting the enemy, you could stop their exo-abilities? In Black Ops III you can now lock up the technology entirely inside a person and kind of put them in pause mode as you do other things or just to make them an easy target.
The Direct Neutral Interface or DNI, allows humans in this world to interact with pretty much any computer controlled weapons. Well, this means a lot of things. For one, you cannot pick up and use weapons dropped by the enemy because the technology made it possible for weapons to be registered to the human brain so it’s distinct to only one person.
Without getting into spoilers Black Ops III is basically about blowing, beating and controlling stuff. The weapons upgrade in gameplay is none like other. The player is welcomed to think through and make calculated decisions. If you are going to upgrade powers or weapons, you are going to have to sacrifice something like another weapon upgrade or so. Perhaps committing to just one path of power is the smartest thing to do. But all in all Treyach’s aim was that the players get to customize their character to suit their play style.
New movement systems, new maps and new controls in Black Ops III is icing on the cake. Treyach did not sleep on the job here. The new wall running abilities, a lot of people might say was borrowed from Titanfall but who cares? It’s cool, it’s awesome and we love it.
The customization room given for the single player mode is seen here as well and players get to do all sorts of things – even doing their own paint job for weapons. And it’s free!
PC Recommended System Requirements
- OS: Windows 8.1 64 Bit
- Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 3.4 GHz
- RAM: 8 GB
- Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 770 2 GB
- HDD Space: 60 GB