Black Ops III is one of the biggest releases of the year, and new details emerged about the highly anticipated first-person shooter at E3.
In the campaign, you can customize your weapons, which is something that the Call of Duty series has been lacking for quite some time. You can play as a male or female soldier, the latter being a first for the normally machismo-driven franchise, and give the player characters a bit of personality to decide just what kind of soldier they would be.
Bipedal robots will now be available for use, and weapons outside of guns will be available, including crossbows. Fast action and wall-running are now available, meaning that Treyarch is attempting to bring in some of Titanfall’s parkour into the Call of Duty series. Advanced Warfare touched on it, but only at a surface level.
Black Ops III looks to be a great shooter for anyone who enjoys fast action, but hasn’t gotten into Call of Duty just yet.