Big changes are afoot for Call of Duty‘s multiplayer. Advanced Warfare had its superpowered exo suits but Black Ops 3 doubles down on these abilities letting players do things like fire enemy-position-revealing arrows and an ability that lets people fry soldiers to death. Developer Treyarch is also putting an emphasis on movement, with players being able to wall run and jump to extreme heights.
These things will certainly take some getting used to – though the Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta provided a small taste of that – and players will no doubt enjoy themselves while getting to grips with the new gameplay. However, not everything about Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is brand spanking new, as Treyarch and (publisher) Activision have now revealed the the iconic Nuketown map will be making a return.