As someone who hasn't played Call of Duty
multiplayer since Modern Warfare 2
, I look at the latest demos of Call of Duty: Black Ops III
with the same confused awe that grandpa displays when you try to teach him how to use a mouse. For those who keep up to date with the Call of Duty
universe, Black Ops III
looks to be furthering the series' evolution in big ways. This lengthy gameplay demo and developer interview was originally done for PlayStation, but don't make a lame console war out of it. It's all still relevant. Single-player and multiplayer footage is on display.
Along with that long demo came enough screenshots to satisfy a baker.Call of Duty: Black Ops III
releases, like clockwork, on November 6th.