Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare really mixed up Call of Duty‘s gameplay. It introduced exo suits with double jumps, invisibility cloaks, health shields and remote controlled drones that can take out enemies from the sky. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 plans to build on this with characters having various abilities and powers built into them, offering more variety than the exo suits.
This poses an obvious problem for players of Black Ops 3‘s multiplayer. How will people adapt to such a significant change between games? With multiplayer being such an integral part of Call of Duty, developer Treyarch will be looking to answer that the best way that they can, which is perhaps why they’re launching the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta. The beta goes live next week but you can watch a trailer for it after the break.