Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Combat Movement Controls Will Leave You Gasping for Breath
Treyarch’s incarnation of the greatest First Person Shooter covert military operations video game ever will have unprecedented movement controls. Published by Activision, the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 promises to be a gameplay treat unlike any Call of Duty entry before it. The combat movement tutorial for Black Ops 3 shows incredible improvements over the last entry in the Call of Duty series Advanced Warfare.
The title of this post is not misleading. Once you get your hands on the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, its combat movement controls will leave you gasping for breath. Quite literally.
The Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has a combat loop that is tightly integrated and delivers on the franchise’s promised, and ever improving, unifying game design principle. The reason why the brilliant Advanced Warfare entry of Call of Duty will seem slow compared to Black Ops 3 is that Black Ops 3 actually has a momentum-driven movement system that allows players to aim and shoot without compromising on their momentum moving forward in the game.
Black Ops 3 allows players to remain on the go while still having the ability to manoeuvre their positions and blaze guns at the enemy, all at the same time. Another huge improvement in the Black Ops 3 combat movement control is that players can now mantle over obstacles without a break in weapon control or movement, which essentially means that you can aim and shoot your enemy while in the air, having jumped off a platform, moving forward in the momentum that you gained from your sprint.
Speaking of sprint, Black Ops 3 does allow for an unlimited sprint which when combined with the ability to mantle forward, backward, or sideways while maintaining your momentum and controlling your weaponry just makes the movement controls seem a lot more realistic than ever before. These same movement controls apply to the power slide that we thought couldn’t get any better after Advanced Warfare, but it does get better with Black Ops 3.
Some other killer additions in the Black Ops 3 include a thrust jump, a much more advanced wall-run, and a multi-directional weapon and movement control feature under water.
The entire combat movement control system of the Black Ops 3 is designed in such a way that it can be chained together and features can be used in tandem, opening up new possibilities for players. So Call of Duty fans, if you played Advanced Warfare and thought you had played the best game in the iconic Call of Duty series, well Black Ops 3 is here to prove you wrong, and delight the living gunfire out of you.