Treyarch unleashed a volley of fire for the latest features on the upcoming multiplayer beta for “Call of Duty: Black Ops III.”
IGN reports that the open testing which will be going live on Aug. 19, 2015, for the Playstation 4 platform is Treyarch and Activision’s groundwork not just to craft desired weapons and maps but to prepare servers for the influx of gamers now pumped-up for that coming Call of Duty:Black Ops 3 release date on Nov. 6, 2015.
A total of three maps will be featured on the beta open game which features the following region. The features include “a big game hunting lodge sitting right next to a rugged terrain situated near an Ethiopian mountain dubbed as Hunted, a research facility in a far-flung Egyptian Sahara called Combine and a now deserted evacuation zone set in Singapore aptly titled Evac.”
The game developer also furnished a variety of much-celebrated fan favorite game modes: Capture the Flag, Team Deathmatch, Domination, Demolition, Hardpoint, Kill Confirmed, and Search & Destroy.
Intensifying further “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3” are the new Specialists which are usable for PS4 users starting next week. The Six Specialists will be available immediately and have their own abilities and weapons. These characters can be ranked-up for progression and includes the following Donnie Wash aka Ruin has gravity spikes and am overdrive ability, Alessandra Castillo aka Outrider uses a bow with explosive arrows and can reveal the enemy with the use of vision pulses, David Wilkes aka Prophet can wield electricity using a charge-shot weapon and a glitch ability.
A customer discussion on Amazon clarifies that Treyarch will eventually add additional Specialists for availability in the first few days of progression. This will now introduce the gamer to an experimental war robot and a “classified” specialist named Spectre.
In a previous report from Venture Beat, the upcoming “CoD:Black Ops III” is the most “ambitious undertaking” for Treyarch. It has made the Black Ops sub-franchise their house specialty. It was due to the combination of military combat realism and mind-bending sci-fi.