There's a huge probability that this is a mis-price and so it might not be honoured, but if it is you'll be getting the latest COD for under a tenner. Which is ridiculous. Do be aware that charges under £50 include an additional £4 charge, but even with that on top this is still a fantastic deal. Thanks to Change_Me @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Call of Duty: Black Ops III review for more details.
PS4 and Xbox One owners looking for a complete FPS experience in 2015 need look no further than Call of Duty: Black Ops III. A fun co-op campaign mode, all the zombies and a jam-packed multiplayer suite will keep you going long through the cold months ahead. £34.99 is a fantastic price so soon after launch too.
Here's the short version of my review: The addition of online co-op gives the campaign mode a great boost. There are some irritating connectivity issues in co-op and zombies though. The competitive multiplayer is much smoother and reliably packed with maps, modes and a dizzying array of unlocks. You'll struggle to find a shooter with more value than this year's Call of Duty.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III is so packed with content it tough to pick a place to start. While many COD players like to skip the campaign each year and dive straight into the multiplayer, Black Ops III's story mode marks the long-awaited return of co-op, making it one of the best campaigns the series has seen in a while.
However, I ran through the campaign playing solo first. This third entry in the convoluted Black Ops storyline jumps even further into the future. The world has gone to shit, but I can't remember why. Soldiers have body modifications that allow them to jump higher and wall-run in a similar, but certainly toned down, version of the hyper movement skills seen in last year's ambitious Advanced Warfare. You can now shoot while mantling over low walls and even reload while sprinting for a much more fluid feeling Call of Duty and these features gel nicely with the competitive multiplayer too.
You also have new skills to charge up during stages and as they recharge pretty fast, you can use them loads. You can send a swarm of bee-like nanomachines to set enemies on fire, highjack turrets, control drones and other sci-fi inspired moves. There's an x-ray view you can use as much as you want to see enemies through walls and there's a good chance you'll never turn it off (like Detective Mode in the Arkham games), although it feels a bit cheaty, especially with the attachments that allow better wall penetration shots.Click here to read more...
This is the cheapest deal we've seen for the PS4 version of Black Ops III, beating the next best offer elsewhere by almost £4. Even with Black Friday coming up, chances are you won't find a better deal than this for a while. Our review is in the works, but let's face it - it's Call of Duty. It will be loud, over the top, and have slick gameplay controls, with its multiplayer suite and Zombies mode offering plenty of online action. If you need a shooter in your life that doesn't have lightsabres, this almost certainly do the trick. Thanks to TechNinja @ HUKD!
When you take into account the cheapest deals for both of these titles, as well as how there's a £10 voucher thrown in this bundle, it actually works that you're paying just £200 for the console, which is a pretty good deal overall. Just scroll down to the Special Offers, select the deal at the checkout to get it for this price. If you must have two of the biggest releases this year as you jump into the current-gen (or even just to complete your console line-up) this is a great way of doing so. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
If you really need your yearly COD fix and have yet to upgrade to the current-gen consoles, this is the best price around for Blops III by around £8. That said, it needs stating that this is a purely multiplayer affair as the co-op campaign has been cut completely, and graphical downgrades are rather noticable this time around. Still, the gameplay remains the same and Zombies mode is indeed there, but it might be worth thinking about jumping into the current-gen next year if you're a die-hard fan. Thanks to demon100 @ HUKD!
Been holding out for a decent deal for Call of Duty: Black Ops III on the PC? Well, we have some belting deals for you. Get a 5% discount via the retailer's Facebook page. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.
We'll have a review for you just as soon as my postman is done with the game - seriously Dave, you're taking the piss now.
Thanks to Danjw91.
It's not long to go now until its release, so if you're looking to secure a a last minute pre-order this deal is the best around by some margin. So far Black Ops III has been making some rather positive noises, with the multiplayer looking like good fun, the inclusion of 4-player co-op in the main campaign, and the promise of larger maps to accommodate for the increased player count. You can learn more about the changes in our article from earlier this year. Thanks to KarnageCentral @ HUKD!
Not many years ago, you'd be lucky to find a Call of Duty price under the steep RRP, but that's no longer the case as proved by these fantastic Black Ops 3 prices on PS4, Xbox One and PC. We have an option including Nuketown for PC too. To get a 5% discount on the PC versions, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.
The console versions don't come with the Nuketown map DLC, you're looking at a £50 purchase from Game if you really need that map (don't be a sucker). The additional quid on PC seems fair enough via CD Keys though. Black Ops III is looking like another hit from Treyarch and has a killer triple strike in the form of a futuristic campaign (with four player co-op!), new zombies mode and the ever-green multiplayer.
Preorder prices for Call of Duty: Black Ops III are bound to be high, as per usual with the series. So when you see an offer like this you should act fast. There's no need to stack a complicated mess of codes like last time we saw this price, this is simply a hot deal.
Black Ops III is looking like another hit from Treyarch and has a killer triple strike in the form of a futuristic campaign (with four player co-op!), new zombies mode and the ever-green multiplayer.
Thanks to Quikfinder.
Announced last week, we quite liked the look of the Black Ops III limited edition console, but we felt the price was ridiculous for what was essentially a fancy paint job. Thankfully, one brave retailer has decided to offer pre-orders at a more sensible price, netting you a massive saving of £55 overall. In addition to the console and its orange-infused paint job, you'll also get a copy of the game and access to the bonus NUK3TOWN multiplayer map, which makes its return to the series. Cheers to Buzz for the heads-up!
You can learn more about the changes in our article from earlier this year.
Much like with Star Wars Battlefront, Call of Duty Black Ops III will be getting a Limited Edition console to mark its release. As you can see from the images, the design takes inspiration from the orange logo on the black body of the console, and the controller featuring a grey and orange colour scheme as well. We at Dealspwn (mostly) think it's not actually that bad looking compared to some Limited Edition designs.
That said, we're united in our thoughts on the price which is, erm, yeah...Click here to read more...
There's still three months to go until the latest COD title arrives, but if you're looking to secure a PC copy ahead of its release this deal is the best around by some margin. So far Black Ops III has been making some rather positive noises, with the multiplayer looking like good fun, the inclusion of 4-player co-op in the main campaign, and the promise of larger maps to accommodate for the increased player count. You can learn more about the changes in our article from earlier this year. Thanks to KarnageCentral @ HUKD!
The good times keep on coming with the PS4 beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Over the weekend, Treyarch opened it up for everyone, not just preorder customers and added new modes and specialists. It was supposed to end last night, but don't delete it just yet as you'll be able to play for that little bit longer.Click here to read more...
Well, this is a nice surprise, the Call of Duty Black Ops III beta is now open to all PS4 users. Simply head on through via the link below and you can line up the download and get playing today.
As far we're aware, the beta is still only running until Sunday night, so don't wait around too long.Click here to read more...
[UPDATE: Buying a code actually gives you access to three beta keys for your platform of choice, so you can pass some onto your friends]
If you're not keen on putting some cash down on a Call of Duty: Black Ops III preorder just yet, but still want to try out the beta, this site are selling keys for just £2.85. The keys will be compatible with the PS4, Xbox One or PC betas. The PS4 versions is currently underway and runs until Sunday night. To get a 5% discount, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.
Note: This is not a key for the full game. Check out the latest multiplayer trailer.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband.
If you're reading this, chances are you're still waiting for your 12GB PS4 beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops III to download. Well, grab those snacks and energy drinks and fuel up for the night while watching this 12-minute video from Treyarch that tells you everything you need to know about the new beta which is live now through Sunday.
We're going to get stuck in too, so we'll be sure to let you know how we're getting on.Click here to read more...
Hate it or love it the time of year is here where a new Call Of Duty game is slowly creeping up on us and this year we see the release of Call Of Duty: Black Ops III. For just £25.55 using the 5% discount code over on the CDKeys website you can pre order your copy now and it will include a beta access code which kicks off on the 26th of August.
"Call of Duty: Black Ops III deploys its players into a future where bio-technology has enabled a new breed of Black Ops soldier. Players are now always on and always connected to the intelligence grid and their fellow operatives during battle. In a world more divided than ever, this elite squad consists of men and women who have enhanced their combat capabilities to fight faster, stronger, and smarter. Every soldier has to make difficult decisions and visit dark places in this engaging, gritty narrative."
Thanks to Krissto @ HUKD for the heads up.
The PS4 beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops III is just around the corner for PS4 owners with a August 19th start date. Xbox One and PC will enter the fray from August 26th. Everyone looks set to get a generous chunk of the game to play though.
You'll be able to unlock weapons, equipment, perks and scorestreaks to test out. There will be at least seven multiplayer modes, a minimum of three maps, eight multiplayer specialist loadouts and a weapon customisation paintshop.Click here to read more...
Preorder prices for Call of Duty: Black Ops III are bound to be high, as per usual with the series. So when you see an offer like this you should act fast. This code stacking deal is a fiver cheaper than the next best deal. Use the three codes below (enter them separately in the order below) to pay just £34.99. Act fast, as the site could remove the code stacking at any time if it's a mistake.
Black Ops III is looking like another hit from Treyarch and has a killer triple strike in the form of a futuristic campaign (with four player co-op!), new zombies mode and the ever-green multiplayer. Stay tuned to Dealspwn, we'll have some coverage of the game later this week.
Thanks to Biboboy.