Beenox and Mercury Technology, the latest developers behind Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3‘s last generation counterpart, has stated that despite its severe lack of a campaign the title will harbour a steady 30fps in all available multiplayer modes.
The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops III are targeting a frame rate of 30fps, not 60fps like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 editions.
The game’s creative developer Thomas Wilson has stated “We’re basically looking more at something like 30fps,” he continued “But still, the experience is very enjoyable, otherwise it’s not Call of Duty.” Wilson added that despite profuse test and attempts the team could not a 60fps model, despite its inclusion in prior last generation titles.
It’s not just frame rate that takes a hit this year for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Black Ops III. The last-generation editions also do not feature the game’s four-player campaign mode. However, players can still expect multiplayer and zombies.
For those who are unaware, Black Ops 3 will see gamers take to the technologically enveloped globe of 2064, in which players will be imbued with a range of new and futuristic augmentations, in order to stifle the corrupted androids, and liberate their captive minds.
All versions of Black Ops III launch on November 6.