The open beta of call of duty: Black OPS 3 starts on August 19 exclusively for the PS4. There is also a first trailer for the new Zombie mode of the first person shooter.
Before call of duty: black OPS 3 on 6 November 2015 in its final version appears, players have the opportunity to try out the latest part of the ego-shooter series. The developer of the game, Treyarch Studios, had already announced that it is an open beta of call of duty: black OPS will be 3. So far the Developer Studio but had no other details betray called and yet not, when the test phase begins. Now the date is fixed, also the open beta of call of duty: black OPS 3 will start.
According to an article by IGN , Treyarch has announced the open beta for the 19 August 2015 Studios. However, not all fans are can play to the shooter. The open beta is available for now only for the Sony PlayStation 4. Although also a trial version for Microsoft’s Xbox one is scheduled, an appointment not there but still.
PS4 owners who want to participate in the test phase, need to call of duty: black OPS 3 pre-order. Here’s to the corresponding Web page. The price of the game for Sony’s new console generation is less than 70 euros. The game announced for the first time on April 9 will be available in November but also for older consoles such as the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.
Except for the announcement of the date for the open beta, Treyarch Studios has also first details about the zombie mode in call of duty: black OPS 3 revealed. At Comic-Con, which will take place in San Diego, the developers showed a trailer:
Video game publisher Activision is being sued by the family of Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi, who have objected to his depiction in the game Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Three of Savimbi’s children, who are now based in France, contend that the game depicted their father – the founder and leader of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (Unita) – as a “barbarian”. They are seeking €1m in damages from the French branch of Activision Blizzard.
Savimbi led a decades-long guerrilla insurgency against the Angolan government and its dominant party, the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA). He was killed in battle against government forces in 2002. Although feted as a freedom fighter by Ronald Reagan, Savimbi was a controversial figure. The civil war led to the deaths of 500,000 people with several million forced to flee their homes.
In the first campaign mission of Black Ops II, the player must aid Savimbi in a battle against MPLA forces. The sequence reflects the US backing of Unita against the Soviet-supported government. Savimbi is depicted leading his troops shouting “fight, my brothers” and wielding a grenade launcher.