Treyarch Hints at More Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Content in 2017
During a recent interview, Call of Duty developer Treyarch teased fans about possible plans regarding new DLC for 2015’s Black Ops 3. The exchange hinted at future content packs being added to the popular game, which would include a new Zombies mode.
Call of Duty’s games have been consistently among the best-selling games of their respective release years. Black Ops 3 wasn’t any different, as the first-person shooter quickly gobbled up the top spot when it dropped in November 2015. The game’s consistent popularity ensured a steady flow DLC that seems to be continuing through to 2017 if a Facebook interview is any indication.
Treyarch’s Dan Bunting said during the livestream:
“I cannot say anything specifically at this point in time, but I can say that as Treyarch, we are excited about this game. And as long as they continue playing our game, we’re going to continue to support it in the same way. We can look forward to another healthy and fun year of updates in 2017.”
When asked for details, fellow Treyarch employee Jason Blundell stepped in and revealed that a new Zombies mode was in the works called “Newton’s Cookbook”, but refused to give any more information regarding the interesting-sounding new mode.
“I am afraid I cannot say anything right now.”
News of more DLC coming for Black Ops 3 is certainly a surprise for fans of the gigantic franchise, especially since Treyarch had previously named Salvation as the final content pack for war-themed the game. Since plans have a habit of changing at a moment’s notice, we’ll have to see what happens. You can bet your caboose we’ll cover any updates here on DFTG.
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