Each year, Call of Duty gets bigger and bolder, doing even more crazy things to get our attention. Last year’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was a pretty big deal, what with its special exo-suit powers, but Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 will be even bigger as it turns soldiers into the weapons themselves.
In the game’s multiplayer, we will be able to customise our ‘specialists’ and load out with a special weapon or a special power, such as a crossbow that shoots explosive arrows, or the ability to self-revive. That could really change the face of play and so it’s important that publisher Activision and developer Treyarch gets it right. That’s why a Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta is taking place – and you can find out more after the break.