Who needs an official unveiling when all the information leaks early?
Well, we don't have all the information, of course, but a bunch of details have just hit the Internet thanks to Reddit user CharlieIntel . You won't be surprised to learn that the anticipated title should land in November.
There are all sorts of juicy tidbits: For instance, did you know the campaign will supposedly support co-op for up to four players online? Sure, it's the only way to get anyone to play the campaign, right? And according to the press materials in question, the campaign aims to provide players with "cinematic, arena-style play," which isn't too surprising." Oh, and all characters in the campaign will be fully customizable this time (loadouts, outfits, etc.).
Yes, the world of multiplayer will continue to bleed into the campaign until we won't be able to tell them apart. But that's the future of the shooter, obviously. As for multiplayer, the game will boast a "new momentum-based chain-movement system," along with new controls that include "jumps, slides, and mantling abilities in a multitude of combinations."
Lastly, the leaked materials tell us the game will feature a Zombie Mode, which is described as a "full-game experience with its own distinct storyline." Heck, it'll even have a full experience-based progression system! Sounds like Call of Duty: Black Ops III will be the ultimate FPS…would you agree, or do we need some gameplay footage? We need some footage, I think.
Related Game(s): Call of Duty: Black Ops III