In the lead-up to E3, we’re counting down with our most anticipated titles. You can find out when all the press conferences are taking place in Australian/NZ times HERE.
Though it has always been good at drawing the ire of passionate gamers, a lot of the intel that has trickled out regarding Black Ops IIII has been specialist even for Activision. No campaign, a battle royale mode and even that bizarre, stylised title. There’s not a lot of goodwill left for Call of Duty, but perhaps a good showing at E3 will help restore what has been lost.
WHEN WAS IT ANNOUNCED?
We don’t have to go back too far to reminisce about Black Ops IIII’s announcement back in March, though its official reveal in May was even more recent where it was confirmed that the game would have no single-player, would introduce Blackout (the game’s take on the battle royale) and was going back to the future.