Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Brings Back 4-Player CO-OP Campaign
May 4, 2015
This year’s Call of Duty campaign is designed specifically for four players to experience together. Let’s get boots on the ground, soldier.
Don’t call it an Exo skeleton. Call it the Direct Neural Interface. Okay, it’s a little less catchy, but the DNI biotechnology in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 will feel familiar to those that played Advanced Warfare. Once again you take control of a super-soldier with enhanced movement abilities, cool and effective skills and a new arsenal of guns and gear. That’s the Call of Duty 2015 box ticked.
But the real change in Black Ops 3′s campaign is that you’re no longer fighting alongside AI buddies. Although it can be played solo, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 allows up to four players to run the campaign mode together from start to finish, something that hasn’t been seen since World At War seven years ago. Treyarch wants as few barriers to that as possible, so players who haven’t opened up certain missions will still be able to play them if you’re with someone who already has, and there’s also support for two-player local split screen.