Last-Gen Version Of Black Ops 3 Will Be Missing Campaign Mode

by on 09/25/2015

Bad news if you still haven’t invested in a new console like the Playstation 4 or XBox One. More and more AAA games are having to sacrifice features just to fit themselves onto the aging PS3 and 360 platforms. Grand Theft Auto V actually ran out of memory room on those consoles and henceforth can only introduce new DLC content on the PS4 and One. And now we hear this from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 developers Treyarch: it was impossible to shrink down the single-player Campaign Mode in the game, so it won’t appear in the PS3 and 360 versions. The stripped-down game will be priced accordingly at $50, ten dollars less.
If you don’t care about single-player, you’re probably not alone: most people buy these types of games to go virtual-shooting with their friends. But know this. Given what’s happened to GTA V, you can be assured Treyarch is going to have to sacrifice something to get multiplayer working, and I wouldn’t be surprised if future DLC is trimmed down or nonexistent. You must upgrade to survive!
In any case, count your blessings that mid-2000’s consoles, now approaching a decade in age, are still being supported. Typically game technology that old is abandoned by this point. Only the Playstation 2 and the original Atari had games coming out ten years later. If we count Japan, the Famicom also lasted that long (the NES went nine years).

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