Steam fans looking to get a first taste of Call of Duty® multiplayer can now purchase the Call of Duty: Black Ops III Multiplayer Starter Pack for PC. Available now exclusively on Steam for a limited time (Feb. 16-Feb. 29), the Starter Pack offers access to public ranked multiplayer matches and game features, including Weapon Paint Shop, Gunsmith, Arena, Freerun, Theater and the Black Market.
The Black Ops series of Call of Duty games are generally the most popular and revered games to play, so when Treyarch announced they were releasing Black Ops III this year, there’s a lot to get excited for. However, that excitement wains as the campaign often stumbles over its complexity and nonsense, and a bunch of extra modes are introduced but fail to impress. The multiplayer doesn’t see as much innovation as Advanced Warfare did, but manages to be the highlight and reason to return daily.
A re-imagined version of the fan-favorite multiplayer map Nuketown, is coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Set in the year 2065 and refreshed for a new generation of gameplay, Nuk3town integrates Black Ops III‘s new momentum-based chained-movement system, taking players into intense close-quarters action that they’ve come to expect. Fans that preorder the game will receive the Nuk3town downloadable bonus map as an in-box download code, available with launch units of Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
ASTRO Gaming, creators of premium video gaming equipment, today announced an exciting new partnership with Call of Duty: Black Ops III publisher Activision and its award-winning development studio, Treyarch. As part of the agreement, ASTRO Gaming’s new eSports products, which will be revealed at PAX Prime in Seattle August 28-31, have become the Official Audio Gaming Headsets of Call of Duty: Black Ops III.