A brand new Call of Duty title, in the Black Ops series, is on the cards. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is getting ever close to its beta, which will soon be followed by the game's official release. A host of details have been pushed out for the game ahead of its beta release.
The game developer, Treyarch, recently held a Q&A session on Twitter where they answered a number of questions ranging from weapons that will be available in the beta, to the multiplayer arena and all the competitive match-types in it. Yes, these are basic information, but for the time, this will do.
When Treyarch was asked whether or not all the weapons in the game will be made available in the beta, the company promised that it will push out details about it pretty soon. "Most weapons are. I just saw a near final list of what is in the beta, which means you will see it soon," the company answered.
The developer also spent some time talking about the emblem-making feature of the game. As revealed, it seems like Black Ops 3 will improve on the emblems, compared to previous versions. This year's emblem-making version is said to allow linking and grouping as well. Also, all content (including attachments) can be unlocked in Arena along with specialist draft, which will be available for custom games.
Lastly, when asked whether the previous prestige system will be brought back in for Black Ops 3, Treyarch promised that it would be back and will be in-line for some big changes.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is set to release on 6 November for PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.
Stay tuned for more updates!