Thanks to a good amount of feedbacks from gamers, Activision and Treyarch have started to improve this game that’s about to be released next month.
It seems that the developers have made some changes to the weapons from the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 such as the M8A7 or Razorback for a better balancing across the board. In addition, the developers have increased the amount of data feedback that the players will get after being killed. From now on, when you die, you will notice what Scorestreaks were active, what types of weapons were used and what equipment and perks the killer had equipped.
It seems that Treyarch has decided to modify the flashbangs and the concussion grenades. The players have complained about both of them for quite a while and it seems that the developers understood that they need to change something on them. From now on, the effectiveness of the concussion grenades effectiveness and flashbangs has been reduced.
It’s actually the first time when the players have complained against the flashbangs, as most of the players are just throwing them randomly in the direction of the opposing team and then they just rush to kill them.
At the same time, the players have complained about the trajectory of the grenades when moving downward or backwards. Treyarch made a few changes and from now on, the grenades that you throw will reach farther than before. The developers have also added kill counters to get in the Rejack and they’ve modified the damage of some Black Hat equipment.
It seems that there are a lot of changes being made to this franchise and we’re sure that many players will enjoy the new Call of Duty: Black Ops III game that will be released for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PC on November 6, 2015.
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