It has been over a year since “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3” was released by Activision, and the game continues to be a commercial success as it still ranks as one of the most successful games around. This year, game developer Treyarch released four expansions for the title, but it appears that they’re far from done as a Treyarch executive recently said that new content is planned for the game in 2017.
According to Charlie Intel, Treyarch co-studio head Dan Bunting released an update via a Facebook livestream this week, saying that there will be more “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3” content next year.
“I cannot say anything specifically at this point and time, but I can say that as Treyarch, we are excited about this game,” Bunting said. The executive added that as long as fans continue to play the game, they are going to support “Black Ops 3” in the same way by providing new content to give players a fresh gaming experience.
Bunting also teased a new feature for “Black Ops 3 Zombies” called “Newton’s Crookbook,” which is slated to arrive sometime next year. However, the co-studio head remained coy about the details, saying that he cannot say anything about the feature at this time. It appears that fans will have to wait until 2017 to find out more about the feature.
Meanwhile, gamers can also look forward to Unranked Dedicated Server files for “Black Ops 3” PC. The information was teased by Treyarch developer Cesar Stastny on Twitter last Thursday. According to PC Gamer, apart from the unranked dedicated servers, “Black Ops 3’s” 18th update will also add new assets to its mod tools from the game’s Zombies, Free Run, and Campaign modes.
Shortly after Stastny's tweet, “Call of Duty’s” official Twitter account announced a new submachine gun for “Black Ops 3” called the HLX 4. “The HLX 4 includes rapid fire and auto-rechambers after the trigger is released, out now in the Black Market,” the tweet reads.
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