The Call of Duty Black Ops 3 beta is over and there are some important things that Advanced Warfare players should know about Treyarch’s upcoming game. Here we take a look at a few of the key differences that we think you should be aware of ahead of the Black Ops 3 release date in the fall.
Last year, Activision and Sledgehammer games released Call of Duty Advanced Warfare on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. The game introduced a new story mode with Kevin Spacey, new maps, a new leveling system, new weapons, and a jetpack.
The game remains a top seller thanks to its replayability, new additions to its Zombie Mode, and a collection of new gear and maps.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare will be joined by a new Call of Duty game from developer Treyarch later this year. Treyarch is known for the Black Ops series but it was also responsible for Call of Duty World at War.
The Black Ops 3 release date is confirmed for early November but the developer has already given Black Ops fans and Advanced Warfare players a taste of what’s to come.
In August, Treyarch launched a Black Ops 3 beta for PS4, Xbox One and PC that let gamers try out a limited portion of its multiplayer mode ahead of its release. The Black Ops 3 beta was important to gamers but it was also important for Treyarch. The company will use feedback from the beta to squash problems.
With Advanced Warfare still relevant for many people and a Black Ops 3 release date coming up, we want to use our experience with the Black Ops 3 beta to outline some of the key differences between the two games.
We’ve been playing Advanced Warfare since it came out last November and we’re also huge fans of the Black Ops series. Here’s what we discovered during our time with the Call of Duty Black Ops 3 beta for PS4 and Xbox One.