Call of Duty: Black Ops III Summary
Carrying on with the pre-E3 blowouts, it's time for Activision to tease more with tiny details pertaining to the Call of Duty fans have wanted for years.
It's Activision Blizzard's turn to submit their quarterly earnings report to their shareholders - and the words speak volume when it comes to the future of the Call of Duty franchise.
Further proving that even the older Call of Duty titles still has a little bit of life in them yet, Activistion have added a few new things to Black Ops 3 with 'Update 18'.
It's no surprised to hear many people bought this year's Call of Duty purely for the Modern Warfare Remastered title bundled in the more expensive 'Legacy' edition. But what happens when network error codes get in the way of some users being able to play last year's Call of Duty: Black Ops III online? Forum hysteria!
Though it's still entirely likely fans will all hop back to Call of Duty 4 once the remaster arrives with Infinite Warfare in November, those still playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 can now get a little more out of the game with official mod support through the Steam Workshop feature.
Available to anyone with a registered copy of the game, both Unranked and Custom game lobbies can host matches with mods enabled. What exactly these mods will entail in the end is completely up to those dedicated enough to create them, but Call of Duty 4 had a long life as a paintball simulator on PC long after others had moved onto the original Call of Duty: Black Ops title and beyond.