Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Xbox 360 And PS3 Won’t Have Campaign

26 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Black Ops 3 on PS3 and Xbox 360 Won’t Have the Single Player Campaign.

‘The ambitious scope of the 1-4 player co-op campaign design of the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions could not be faithfully recreated on old generation hardware,’ claims Activision.It will come as a bitter blow to fans on last-gen consoles, who had been promised the chance to play a two-player story mode when the project was first announced.

Xbox 360 and PS3 owners were left to sweat over whether Black Ops 3 would be released on the older platforms earlier this year and were told at the time that some features would not crossover. Now, publisher Activision has revealed that there will be even less to the game due to the teams working on it being unable to faithfully reproduce the same experience. While it’s true that most Call of Duty players are primarily interested in the multiplayer, there are some who do tackle the campaign mode of each entry in the series. The limited edition console features an ember orange logo on a jet black chassis, coloured power and eject buttons, and three embles on the side representing the game’s modes — the SOG Skull signifies campaign, the Winslow Accord faction logo is pulled straight from the game’s fiction, representing one of the factions you play in multiplayer, and “the mark” denotes zombies.

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