Call of Duty: Black Ops III Game
JUGGERNOG MINI-FRIDGE - Store beverages in a fully functional Juggernog themed mini-fridge – modeled after the in-game Perk-a-Cola machine. The Juggernog mini-fridge features light and audio straight from the game. This mini-fridge holds up to (12) 12oz cans ensuring you will always have a cold perk nearby.
PERK-A-COLA COASTER SET WITH CUSTOM TIN - Get a set of coasters featuring Juggernog Soda, Revive! Soda, Speed Cola Soda, and Double Tab Root Beer emblems from Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies. The set includes a custom tin for storing your coasters.
SEASON PASS - The Call of Duty: Black Ops III Season Pass is your access to four exciting DLC packs.
LIMITED EDITION SPECIALIST CONCEPT ART CARDS - Call of Duty: Black Ops III multiplayer introduces the new Specialist character system, allowing players to choose from 9 elite black operations soldiers – each with their own look, personality, and voice. Each Specialist is featured on their own art card that includes exclusive concept art, biography, and a description of their unique weapon and ability.
THE GIANT BONUS MAP - Zombies returns in all of its undead glory with The Giant, a Nazi research facility featuring the weapon-upgrading Pack-a-Punch Machine. Re-live the chaos of Treyarch's classic “Der Riese” Zombies map, picking up the Zombies story with Dempsey, Nikolai, Richtofen, and Takeo where Origins left off.
COLLECTIBLE STEELBOOK™ - Limited edition steel game case featuring an exclusive design.
IN-GAME BONUS CONTENT: BLACK OPS 3 BONUS PACK - Join the battle with the official Black Ops III personalization pack. Pack includes a custom weapon camo, reticle, and calling card.
IN-GAME BONUS CONTENT: CYBORG - The fan favorite Cyborg Personalization Pack returns in Call of Duty: Black Ops III, fully-loaded with an electrotech-themed weapon skin, uniquely-shaped reticle, and a calling card.
OFFICIAL CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III SOUNDTRACK - Upgrade your playlist with a digital copy of the in-game score.
by DANIEL TACK
With a Call of Duty game, you can generally expect fast-paced boat chases, vehicle assaults, and an air-to-air combat segment packed into a Michael Bay-style cinematic experience. That's all still here, as Treyarch's campaign addition to the franchise this year starts off unnervingly similar to Sledgehammer's Advanced Warfare from last year in many ways. Thankfully, that rote ride into future-tech doesn't last long, and the plot diverts in the most wonderfully weird way. Black Ops III has the most mind-bending and bizarre Call of Duty plot yet, taking advantage of unique settings and scenarios that would feel absurdly out of place in the series' traditional space.
Blast your way through a deceptively complex campaign, then engage in multiplayer mayhem, zombie survival, and an additional revamped campaign
The settings in future Singapore and Egypt are especially compelling, with excellent scenery extending to the multiplayer maps
The beats get you ready for some shooting, but there's nothing that stands out as spectacular in terms of sounds or songs. Some of the strongest, flavor-rich voices appear in Zombies with Jeff Goldblum and Ron Perlman stealing the show
Easy to play out of the gate, and you'll pick up some of the more advanced mechanics as you work through the campaign. For those craving a challenge, multiplayer and zombies provide it immediately
What begins as a mundane campaign pleasantly diverts into wild territory. While the campaign elements are the weakest of what Black Ops III offers, the amount and quality of non-campaign offerings carry the title beyond the finish line
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