It's been a pretty quiet turnaround from announcement to release for Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles as it hits the PS4 here on Tuesday the 16th here. We've had a quick overview of what will be coming with the game and just what Treyarch has done to bring it to us but most of it hasn't shown off how all of these maps have been re-mastered for the bundle here. Granted it's only been a week since we heard about it all, but now we get to see just how those old Call Of Duty maps have been updated to give us a new Zombies experience if we've missed it or out over the last few years.
Some of the maps I am sure didn't need much of an update for the Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles but then there were a few that most likely needed a lot of work to get up to snuff here. Now we get to see them somewhat in action and see just how they are going to look. All of course in the normal "silly" version of the mode in general. I say "silly" as the rest of the Call Of Duty titles and core gameplay are so very serious when compared to what we get in the Zombies mode. Of course that is based on my experience with it when compared but now that Activision is giving us just one mode here, maybe that will change as I'll be completely focused now.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles — Gameplay
Nacht der Untoten. Verrückt. Shi No Numa. Kino Der Toten. Ascension. Shangri-La. Moon. Origins. Revisit the definitive chapters of the Call Of Duty Zombies storyline that led up to Call Of Duty: Black Ops III in the ultimate Zombies collection. Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles includes eight painstakingly remastered maps from previous Treyarch titles, plus new Whimsical GobbleGums, 20 bonus vials of Liquid Divinium, a new Zombies Pack-a-Punch weapon camo, and more secrets to uncover.
I won't lie, all of these maps here in the Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles look to be upgraded to match what we would expect in a more recent and current version of the franchise. I mean, it would have to be or no one would trust Treyarch again if it was just a quick port, but it looks like that is not going to be the case. Unless this gameplay trailer here isn't just that and is more sizzle than actual game. I'm going to doubt that for now, but it is always a possibility. We'll know for sure next week when it launches.
Have you warmed up to the Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles or is it something you are still "iffy" on? What other maps would you have hoped to see in this bundle that didn't make it over? Do you think that we will see more of these for the other developers of the franchise or will this be a one and done kind of thing? Let us know your thoughts on all of this and more down in the comments. If there is more for the Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles we will have it here for you. Keep checking in so you are up to date on every little bit.