Information warfare is the new black. Why focus on modern warfare, when there’s a whole world of advanced warfare waiting out there? That’s the idea behind Call of Duty: Black Ops III, a game which has its own spin on the soldiers of tomorrow and their various augmentations.
This year, Call of Duty's story-mode focuses on a more co-operative sense of play, with support for up to four players to tackle the narrative and pew-pew away. Thing is, that support doesn’t extend to the last-gen Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game, as they can’t handle the single-player requirements
Activision have revealed that fan favourite map, Nuketown, will be making a return in Black Ops III. It has been redesigned to fully utilise the game's new movement. Unfortunately, it's only available to those who pre-order Black Ops III.
Black Ops 3 will still see quite a few fresh faces this year, players who’ll be hopping into the franchise for the very first time. And when it comes to introducing people to the finer points of Call of Duty’s multiplayer, there’s always one specific map that comes to mind. Nuketown. And that map could be returning to Black Ops 3.