After our Xbox One footage of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, here is a couple of GSY Tech videos of the PS4 version. As you'll see, the game manages to hold 60 fps most of the time - but not always - and every ingame cutscene surprisingly drops down at 30, even when breaching a door for a few seconds. Content-wise, Treyarch did a very good job, with a 4-player-co-op campaign, many types of multiplayer modes to choose from and of course the now famous Zombie mode. Beware that the first time you'll launch the game, it will take ages to install the multiplayer and campaign and you won't be able to start the story mode for at least an hour.
They injected life into the game. And it's now a world that looks like ots enjoyable to explore, not just a gap in between colossi. (1 Hour ago)
But the world and creatures look infinitely better than the ps3 remake. (1 Hour ago)
@nostradamus: they seem to have improve the visual concept to me. They havn't deviated from the original at all besides make improvements to stuff that was borked in the original (1 Hour ago)
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boss rush mode. the game has a perfect place. It could very well be a perfect remake for everyone, but as it is it isn't. too much content deviations. and the ps3 is up to snuff as the purist version. (9 Hours ago)
@jmd749: thats just daft. There is nothing wrong on SotCremake for anyone that wasn't there, that din't scale the tower with all the lizard/grip, that didn't catch a eagle, that didn't did all the (9 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: If you want to be so purist, then I could argue the PS2 version is the version to play, afterall PS2's resolution is the resolution the creators created the game's assets to be rendered. (10 Hours ago)