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    Official Description and Box Art for Black Ops III Found on Call of Duty Website

    Originally posted 04/09/15

    The official description and box art (seen above) for the recently revealed Call of Duty: Black Ops III have been discovered in the source code on Call of Duty's website. According to Twitter user @ThaTiemsz, who had found these interesting tidbits, the description for the game is the following:

     

    “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is the first title for next-gen hardware in the critically acclaimed Black Ops series. Developed by Treyarch, the award-winning creator of the two most played games in Call of Duty history. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 deploys players into a dark, twisted future where a new breed of Black Ops soldiers emerges and the lines are blurred between our own humanity and the technology we created to stay ahead, in a world where cutting-edge military robotics define warfare. With three unique game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombies, it providing fans with the deepest and most ambitious Call of Duty ever.

     

    With this information, it appears that Zombies will be making a return, which is great news for us. Stay tuned for more information in the coming days and weeks. 

    -Shawn H. Editor/Writer


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