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14 June 2018, 09:58 | Jodi Jackson
Call of Duty Black Ops 3 is a surprise free PlayStation Plus game this month
As Sony was siphoning the guests at its weird E3 2018 showcase from one venue to another last night, we learned that Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 would be available on the PlayStation Store free of charge for every PS Plus subscriber for the next month.
Pricing for the Black Ops Pass was not announced; we'll report back with more details later.
What's more, the Black Ops Pass can't be bought on its own.
What if you've already pre-ordered the base game in digital formats?
Activision's shooter is only available to PS Plus members until July 11, and will give players a taster of what's to come when Black Ops 4 releases on October 12, 2018. Included in the Digital Deluxe edition of the game, the Black Ops Pass offers bonuses for Zombies, Multiplayer, and Blackout - the game's battle royale mode. Smaller packs are no longer available for separate purchase.
We're shown some multiplayer in-game footage to start, and with Vonderhaar explaining that the developers have taken the Specialists that they started in Call of DutyBlack Ops 3 and rebuilt or reimagined them with Specialists being a main focus of the game. But, they're seemingly also getting remade for this Black Ops 3 PS Plus reveal, but people only get those if they pre-order Black Ops 4. It's all Black Ops Pass or nothing.
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