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Post by nachosjustice @ 03:00pm 28/09/15 | 1 Comments
If you've managed to avoid making the jump from last-gen to new-gen, here's another timely reminder that last-gen machines are lower priorities than their new-gen siblings. Picking up Call of Duty: Black Ops III on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 means you won't be playing the campaign, as those respective platforms "will feature Multiplayer and Zombies gameplay only".

That's a quote from the official Call of Duty community page. It also mentions that the Weapon Paint Shop and eSports features won't ship with the last-gen versions of the game, either.

On the plus side, last-gen copies of Black Ops III will reportedly receive a download code for the original Black Ops game. EB Games has the last-gen standard versions of Black Ops III listed for $79.95, which is $20 cheaper than the new-gen equivalents (and $10 cheaper than the PC version).



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Posted 05:50pm 28/9/15
Next year Activision will be selling an empty case or a digital code to the menu screen. The consumer gets to pick which one they want.
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