Does Zombies Make Up For The Lack Of A Campaign In Call Of Duty Black Ops IIII?
I have already talked about my thoughts on the Battlefield V campaign and the fact that Call Of Duty Black Ops IIII does not have one. However, I think that the new Zombies mode in Black Ops IIII is going to help deliver that story driven COD experience that some players like.
The reason I say this is because Zombies in Call Of Duty Black Ops IIII looks to have a pretty tight narrative. You play as one of four characters who are making their way through time to stop an evil organization taking over the world with their zombies. We know at launch we are getting the first three parts of this story which are. Voyage Of Despair which is set on a cruise ship, IX which is set during Roman times and Blood Of The Dead which is set in a prison. Three very different time periods and they all seem to be connected together via the story.
They have actually made it a point to mention that you can play Zombies on your own if you want, so this could make up for that lack of a single player campaign in many people’s eyes. Getting so much Zombies content at the start of the game is a first for the series, but I think it is a nice touch and actually one of the things that I am really looking forward to.
It has been said that we are getting four extra Zombies chapters as part of the Black Ops pass so I am very excited to see what time periods these will be set in.
I know that many people do not care about the single player in Call Of Duty, but I feel the last four, WWII, Infinite Warfare, Black Ops 4, and Advanced Warfare have been some of the best written and most fun first person shooter stories I have played through so it is a shame to see them get rid of it.