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From its four-player co-op campaign to the brand-new powers and a fleshed-out Zombies mode, Black Ops 3 meaningfully pushes the Call of Duty series forward on several fronts. Even where it doesn't innovate, it still meets the high bar Call of Duty fans should expect. Black Ops 3 isn't the best Call of Duty game ever, but it's the biggest and most feature-packed game we've seen out of the series yet.
Black Ops III certainly brings plenty of content and a fair few new ideas to the table. That being said, it is still a Call of Duty game and won’t win over any new fans. The multiplayer is, as always, compelling, which is kind of expected. The story mode is certainly expanded upon with the added length and the inclusion of co-op, but the narrative still stumbles more than once. Still, this year’s Call of Duty offering is great value for money and enjoyable to play, so remains an essential purchase for all CoD fans.
Overall, Black Ops 3 may have a weakened campaign, but a solid multiplayer and great Zombie mode more than make up for it. Treyarch still has what it takes to make Call of Duty enjoyable, and make the current-gen versions worth having.
Spielerisch bleibt mir Treyarch aber zu konservativ: Angenehm verwinkelte Areale und zahlreiche Gadgets machen die Action zwar variantenreicher, das Level-Design fordert die coolen Spielereien aber viel zu selten. Stattdessen verlässt sich die Kampagne zu oft auf simple Schießbuden-Gefechte mit schwacher KI und wilde Railshooter-Einlagen, die bei weitem nicht mehr so beeindrucken können wie früher. Auch der Mehrspieler-Part erzeugt gemischte Gefühle: Von kleinen Technik-Problemen abgesehen laufen die blitzschnellen Gefechte meist sauber und flüssig. Trotz Akrobatik und motivierender Experimente mit den neuen Spezialfähigkeiten der Specialists fühlt sich die Action aber nicht so aufregend an wie z.B. das gewagtere "Kriegsgebiet" in Halo 5.
Black Ops III's biggest plus points are that it's the most content-filled and best looking release in the series yet, and there are enough new additions to the gameplay across all game modes to help freshen things up for returning visitors. It's a good game for sure, but it does very little to stand out from what's already available and, in some areas, doesn't live up to the standards that the franchise has set over the years.