Amazon Will Hand-Deliver You Black Ops III At Midnight

Call of Duty fans that live in a city that supports Amazon’s Prime Now app may find the following interesting, as they could potentially get Black Ops III hand-delivered to their door at the game’s midnight release.

The Prime Now app allows certain items to be delivered directly to the customers door, though the window at which the delivery will arrive varies. You won’t be getting the game exactly at midnight, but more likely a couple hours later.

There’s also the fact that this offer is only available to customers that live in the following cities: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Manhattan, Miami, Minneapolis, Orange County, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle.

Whelp, looks like I’m out!

Sieze Glory With The Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Live Action Trailer

Call of Duty: Black Ops III is launching later this week, so what better time to release a launch trailer than right now?!

As seems to be the thing that all the cool kids are doing these days, this trailer is live action and features actors such as Michel B. Jordan and Cara Delevingne in the midst of many explosions and blazing guns. It’s silly, fun and does not at all represent what the actual game will be like.

Call of Duty: Black Ops III launched for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 6th, 2015.

Paint It Black With The Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Launch Trailer

Call of Duty will be returning very soon with the release of Black Ops III, and now Activision and Treyarch have released the game’s official launch trailer.

As you might expect, what goes on is completely incoherent and contains a heck of a lot of explosions. Still, I’m really looking forward to the game as I’m not part of the crowd that bashes the series every year and I typically have a blast with both the singleplayer and multiplayer aspects of the series.

Call of Duty: Black Ops III launches for the PlayStaton 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on November 6th, 2015. Check out the launch trailer below.

All Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Levels Are Unlocked From The Start

Call Of Duty: Black Ops III is on the horizon, meaning that gamers will soon be playing the 6-7 hour campaign once and then only playing the game’s multiplayer for the foreseeable future. However, those who aren’t interested in playing the whole thing are in luck.

Campaign and Zombies director Jason Blundell discussed the fact that all of the campaigns levels will be unlocked from the beginning to Eurogamer. Here’s what he had to say:

“Consumers and game players in general are far more mature these days. There are so many things vying for our interests today. It’s about, how do they want to consume it? Maybe they put it down on level two, and then they’re in work the next day, and some guy says, ‘dude, you’ve got to check out level four!’ And he’s like, ‘okay, I’ll have a quick look.’ That’s totally fine. I think it’s their choice.”

This will definitely be a nice feature to have, though I can’t ever see myself skipping around levels the first time through. As much flack as Call of Duty gets, I almost always love the singleplayer campaigns and am really looking forward to what they cook up this time.

Black Ops III Won’t Have A Single-Player Campaign On PS3 & Xbox 360

Call of Duty: Black Ops III is coming out for both current and last-gen consoles, though the last-gen versions of the game will be missing a pretty big chunk of the game.

Revealed in a Call of Duty community blog, Black Ops III on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 will not have the single-player campaign present on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC versions.

The reason given was that, “The ambitious scope of the 1-4 player coop Campaign design of the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions could not be faithfully recreated on old generation hardware.”

This means that if you pick the game up on last-gen consoles then you will only be able to play multiplayer or zombie modes.

To make up for the loss, the last-gen versions of the game will retail at $49.99 compared to the current-gen $59.99, and will also come with a download code for the original Black Ops game.

Here’s The Cover Of The Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Collector’s Edition Strategy Guide

Call of Duty: Black Ops III is set to launch within the next few months, and now Amazon has updated their product page to reveal what the collector’s edition version of the strategy guide will look like. The picture of this version of the strategy guide can be viewed directly below.

Call Of Duty Black Ops 3 Collector's Edition Guide

 

A different cover isn’t the only thing that this fancy strategy guide is packed with, however, as it also ships with a Jugger-nog magnetic bottle opener. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like it’s worth the price of admission alone based solely on its name!

As far as the contents of the strategy guide, it’s set to feature all the standard sections that make a strategy guide worthwhile. There will be tips to get you through the singleplayer campaign, locations for all of the hidden intel, multiplayer tips, achievement/trophy help and more. Basically, if you’re a hardcore Call of Duty player (and I think you and I both know that there are tons of those out there), you just might want to pick this bad boy up.

This collector’s edition version of the strategy guide is set to only get an initial print run, meaning that once the initial batch of guides sell out they’re gone for good. The guide will launch on the same day as Call of Duty: Black Ops III, which is November 6th, 2015.

The Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Beta Is Live On PlayStation 4

Treyarch made some waves when they revealed that Call of Duty: Black Ops III would be getting all DLC content On PlayStation 4 before other platforms, and the first confirmation of that is the new multiplayer beta. The beta has gone live today and now fans can hop in and see what has been shaken up this time around for the series.

Black Ops 3

However, this beta isn’t accessible to just anyone as you need to pre-order the game first. Once it’s pre-ordered you will be sent a code that you enter in your system to download the beta. While PlayStation gamers will certainly be getting a head start, Xbox One and PC gamers won’t be left out in the cold completely as it will be coming to those platforms on August 26th.

The beta itself includes 3 maps, several game modes that many hardcore fans of the series will be familiar with. However, as with most betas, your stats will not be carried over to the main game when it launches on November 6th.