E3 2015 attendees will be able to play the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, according to a recent tweet from Treyarch’s Game Designer, David Vonderhaar.
Vonderhaar has confirmed that the pre-alpha build of Black Ops 3 will be playable at E3 in a week’s time. His tweet also reflects the hype among the fans of the upcoming shooter.
“When you are just crazy enough to let your pre-alpha game be playable at E3 on the show floor.”
When you are just crazy enough to let your pre-Alpha game be playable at E3 on the show floor. https://t.co/e2euYFOzxO
— David Vonderhaar (@DavidVonderhaar) June 8, 2015
Upon the game’s announcement, the developer announced a closed multiplayer beta for the game as a pre-order bonus. Not many details were provided, but it is expected of Treyarch to share more information at the upcoming gaming expo.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is scheduled to arrive on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One on Nov. 6, 2015. The developer has added quite a bunch of changes to the franchise including gender-neutral campaign, extensive customization, a multiplayer overhaul, and upto 4-players co-op campaign.
We recently dissected the game’s reveal and everything we know about it so far and how it stacks up against other installments in the franchise. To read up more, head over to this post.
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