Over the next few days, players of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War may notice some frequent updates…hitting July 13 at 9 PM PT for players of the full game and July 14 at 9 PM PT for players of the Warzone spinoff. You’ll notice the return of a classic map and new modes in Cold War, a new objective mode in Warzone, and more Zombies-related content…all in prep for the launch of Season Four Reloaded on July 15.
The impending release of Modern Warfare may be attracting all the attention, but Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 isn’t ready to retire just yet. A new content season has just been launched, Operation Dark Divide, and you can enjoy it now on Playstation 4 (yes, we’re still doing the exclusivity thing….you know the drill, XBox owners, wait one month).
Activision and Treyarch recently released some new details and a new gameplay trailer for the new bonus Zombies map for Call of Duty Black Ops III, The Giant. You can check out the new trailer in the player below. As previously reported by PopGeeks.net, The Giant bonus map was revealed earlier this year. The new trailer reveals new footage and focuses on what the story for the Zombies DLC has to offer.
Call of Duty Day isn’t quite here yet, but Activision went ahead and released the new gameplay launch trailer for Call of Duty Black Ops III. You can check out the video featuring new gameplay footage and set to the song “Paint It Black” in the player below.
The release of the next installment of the Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty Black Ops III, is due out in less than a month. The hype campaign for the game is ramping up, and Activision and Treyarch have dropped a brand-new trailer for the game. You can check out the Cybercore Martial trailer, some new gameplay footage and developer commentary, in the video player below.
Even if you haven’t been gaming all that long you will probably have friends or have heard someone online say that games are much easier than they used to be in the good old days. According to these people, back then every title was challenging and didn’t hold your hand throughout the story mode. Instead, you were left to make your own way and die painfully hundreds of times. It looks like someone at developer Treyarch believes this too because they have introduced a brand new difficulty mode into Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 that will be devilishly hard, as the player will die if they are hit with just one bullet.
Activision and Treyarch officially announced this week that a re-imagined version of the fan-favorite multiplayer map, Nuketown, will be making an appearance in Call of Duty Black Ops III. The new version, Nuke3town, is set in the year 2065 and has been refreshed for a new generation of gameplay. The map will focus on a the game’s new momentum-based-chained movement system with close-quarters combat. Players who pre-order the game will receive Nuk3town as a downloadable bonus map for the game at launch as an in-box download code for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC releases of the game.
After the huge success that was the Call of Duty Black Ops III Multiplayer Beta for PlayStation 4, which had millions of players, Treyarch and Activision have now launched the multiplayer beta for Xbox One and Windows PC. The beta version launched today (August 28) along with new additions that are currently available on Xbox One and PC.
Treyarch and Activision have announced some updates to the new multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, which started this week for the PlayStation 4 console. As of today, the Black Ops III Multiplayer Beta is open to everyone who owns a PlayStation 4, but for this weekend only. Some other additions and tweaks were also announced for the beta version.
When Treyarch began talking about Call of Duty: Black Ops II in early 2012, it was clear that Game Design Director David Vonderhaar and his team wanted to steer Activision’s first-person shooter in a different direction. Incorporating a campaign with branching storylines, a futuristic setting and Pick Ten, a fresh take on competitive multiplayer’s Create-A-Class model, Black Ops II is arguably the most innovative and ambitious entry in the franchise to date. Question is, will the developer’s downloadable packages follow suit? Or more importantly, perhaps, will they be worth your hard-earned money?(more…)
The folk over at CharlieIntel.com have stumbled upon a Reddit thread that reveals details of Treyarch’s third, unannounced map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops II.(more…)
When Treyarch began talking about Call of Duty: Black Ops II early in 2012, it was clear that Game Design Director David Vonderhaar and his team wanted to steer Activision’s first-person shooter in a different direction. Incorporating a campaign with branching storylines, a futuristic setting and Pick Ten, a fresh take on competitive multiplayer’s Create-A-Class model, Black Ops II is arguably the most innovative and ambitious entry in the franchise to date. Question is, will the developer’s downloadable packages follow suit? Or more importantly, perhaps, will they be worth your hard-earned money?(more…)