In Call of Duty Black Ops III, soldiers use their Cyber Cores, special technology tied to their brain stems, to help them defy gravity and humanity. With Cyber Cores, you can jump large distances and decimate your enemy with a shock wave when you land. Cyber Cores even allow you to hack enemy drones with your mind and use them as your own personal attack squad.
According to Xbox Wire, You won’t need to rely on just your weaponry and cybernetic enhancements to get you through the Black Ops III campaign; you can also rely on your Xbox Live friends or your real friends as Black Ops III allows for four-way cooperative play either locally or on Xbox Live.
In a recent demo, Xbox Wire saw four players in a giant battle in Egypt where they faced unimaginable waves of robotic enemies bent on eliminating them. Playing the single-player campaign alone poses its own set of hurdles, but playing with friends adds the support you will need to keep up with the hectic gameplay and get through the campaign much easier.
As Black Ops was created with co-op play in mind, levels focus on creativity and imagination as teams of players take different routes to level success. Game developer Treyarch looks to make the campaign as immersive as the multiplayer experience. Black Ops III online multiplayer has its own set of new features and players can customize their characters in many different ways.
Equip your character with several unique Cyber Core abilities, make them male or female, or change their weaponry. There is a special Gunsmith option where you can fully customize and mod your weapons as well as a camouflage designer to do your best to make you invisible to your enemy until its too late. A post on the Activision blog, it is revealed that Black Ops III signature Zombie mode will debut at San Diego Comic-Con 2015.
“At E3, fans were given a taste of what’s to come in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer, but next week at San Diego Comic-Con, we turn our focus to Treyarch’s signature Zombies. On July 9, Treyarch will reveal the much-anticipated mode in a panel featuring the studio’s Zombies Director, Jason Blundell, and Lead Writer, Craig Houston. Attendees will also be treated with a first look at the Zombies reveal trailer, the mode’s star-studded cast, and the official announcement of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Collector’s Editions. Fans in the audience will also have and a chance to receive limited edition Zombies memorabilia, available exclusively at Comic-Con.”
Call of Duty Black Ops III is now available for pre-order on the Xbox One. There is a lot to look forward when Call of Duty Black Ops III drops on Xbox One and Xbox 360 November 6th.Further reading: Call of Duty Black Ops III, Microsoft, Xbox 360, Xbox One