Black Ops III: Big Game, Big Hype


     

     Black Ops III is the next generation of gaming.

     The Black Ops III beta, created by Treyarch the makers of the entire Call of Duty franchise is raising the bar for first person shooters worldwide. With the release date of November 6, it is an extraordinary mixture of Advanced Warfare and Black Ops II, making it a brilliant combination.

     With a total of 31 weapons and 13 pieces of equipment with 7 new classified weapons, taking place 50 years into the future you get a spectacular experience with the modern and future weaponry. The new wall-running feature gives players faster mobility. The restriction of the “jet pack” is limited to an approximate 10-second regeneration.

     Benicia High student Kylen Johnson says, “I personally enjoyed the beta very much compared to the last poorly made Call of Duty.” Black Ops III is a big step forward in the Call of Duty series. Making up for the weightless mobility in Advanced Warfare and the juggernaut health in Call Of Duty: Ghosts.

     The beta containing seven game modes consisting of Team Deathmatch, Deathmatch, Domination, Demolition, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint, Capture the flag and Search and destroy. Including eight different classes, you can choose from a stealth class like assassin with a bow to commando soldier ready for battle. Black Ops III is the Call Of Duty that brings back diversity.

     Diversity doesn’t only come in the features in the game but also the look of the environment the maps takes place in. A jungle like “Surrounding” makes you more vulnerable to ambushes and surprise attacks. The map layouts are like no other, a feel for the outside world inside the view of a highly trained assassin. A new type of warfare with a new generation of gaming.

Written by Alex Obrero   

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