Black Ops 3 has integrated much from Advanced Warfare. While the game’s plot will most likely link with the Black Ops arch, the game is now set in a futuristic war with cybernetic advances being the go-to for improving your nation’s battalions. A new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 shows off a future soldier’s latest enhancements for the ultimate in battlefield mayhem: chaos cybercore abilities.

These skills allow the player to disrupt, dismember, or disarm enemy soldiers in a variety of ways. One involves setting off an enemy’s explosives while they’re still attached to them, while another uses the enemy’s own gastro-intestinal system against them as they projectile vomit onto the chest-high wall they’re crouched behind.

While no word has been made of these abilities being used past a single-player experience, the different modifications you can make to your own soldier can make for fun and adventurous playthroughs.

Even with their recent announcement that the last-gen versions of the game won’t include the single-player campaign, Black Ops 3 remains this holiday season’s most anticipated game for multiple systems, scoring higher than both Fallout 4 and Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. Are you still excited for Black Ops 3? Let us know in the comments!

  • Triton

    No im not excited.
    I used to be a huge COD fan, but these games are too much nowadays.
    Just go back to a modern era, not many want these futuristic games…
    And Nuketown as a pre-order bonus is a joke, I hate that kiddy-map and we’re supposed to suffer from it again? Its like telling me not to pre-order.

  • Triton

    No im not excited.
    I used to be a huge COD fan, but these games are too much nowadays.
    Just go back to a modern era, not many want these futuristic games…
    And Nuketown as a pre-order bonus is a joke, I hate that kiddy-map and we’re supposed to suffer from it again? Its like telling me not to pre-order.

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