We may rarely think about them, but A.I. systems can fundamentally alter the gameplay experience. In order to build Call of Duty: Black Ops 3‘s four-player cooperative campaign, the team at Treyarch had to completely overhaul its A.I. technology and rethink how it influences combat, storytelling, and level design, all the while maintaining the cinematic immersion that the series is known for.
Treyarch’s Zombies is still my all-time favorite co-op shooter. It’s a chilling challenge that pits you and some friends against relentless waves of zombies. Your arsenal: constant communication, careful teamwork, and whatever firearms you can scrounge from the all-important Mystery Box. It’s demanding of its players but, in the end, an immensely rewarding experience that always pays off.
Here at PlayStation we are incredibly excited that Call of Duty: Black Ops III is launching on PS4 in just a few short days. To help celebrate the highly anticipated new entry in the legendary Black Ops series, we’re offering fans the chance to win something extraordinary: a full-size Juggernog Fridge inspired by the one from the game.
Hi everyone! PlayStation Heroes is partnering with Activision and Treyarch to give you a chance to win a trip to the Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies experience during Fright Fest at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA on October 30th, as well as a Limited Edition Call of Duty: Black Ops III PlayStation Bundle.
We’ve said it before but it bears repeating: thank you to all the players in the PlayStation Nation who were the first to play our Call of Duty: Black Ops III Multiplayer Beta!
Preparing for the Beta required a lot of work — basically, it was a launch-before-the-launch — but we all knew that it would be worth it because of the amount of data it would generate and the invaluable input that would get from you, our fans.
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