Black Ops 3 PC will be “Best Title Yet,” Beta Has no Disc

Call of Duty Black Ops 3 beta is not going to ship attached to a disc, will be the "best PC title yet" and borrow from BO2.

We are all pretty siked about the next iteration in the Call of Duty series, primarily for the fact that it is the next installment in the Black Ops 3 subseries by Treyarch and now because the developers are boasting that they are going to churn out the “best PC title yet” with Call of Duty Black Ops 3.

This was iterated by David Vonderhaar, the Studio Design Director at Treyarch Studios through his official Twitter where he responded to a fan question about the expected quality of the PC version of the game:

I think this will be our best pc title yet, designed for pc and developed concurrently with the other platforms.

In another tweet, someone referred to the upside of Black Ops 2 when players earned things like warthog or VTOL and the positive impact that scorestreaks had in the title suggesting that a similar system should be in place for the upcoming title. Vonderhaar responded by saying:

The design goals haven’t changed, so I hope so. HMU later when can talk more about the strategy/goals for that feature.

Last but not the least, someone inquired whether the game’s beta is going to come out attached to a disc or will it get a digital release only, the answer was the latter:

I don’t have details to offer, but it’s reasonable to assume you will download it and not be given a disc.

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the upcoming Call of Duty title by Treyarch Studios is going to make it to the markets on November 6 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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