Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was officially showcased at Sony’s E3 press conference this year and looked like it had a lot to offer. There was a rather interesting demo for 4 player co-op as well as dynamic trailer for some of the gameplay we can expect in this Call of Duty’s rendition of the multiplayer.

The well known and loved first person shooter has been making waves in its fresh takes on its own signature style of shooter. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was the first step in their new direction towards more fast paced gameplay, characteristic of modern day shooters, such as Titanfall or Destiny, with the introduction of the Exoskeleton. Now players control characters who are augmented themselves to become bionic super soldiers.

Playstation players of the new CoD will be receiving exclusive DLC as well as earlier access to DLC than players on other platforms. Something we can expect to be similar to Destiny’s exclusive weapons or missions. The beta for the game will also be available this august for Playstation users before anyone else.

After years of Xbox first DLC with the CoD series the tables have turned in favor of Sony. Is Microsoft losing ground on their partnerships for Xbox?

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