Call of Duty: Black Ops III Director Talks Upcoming Tweaks; Some We Will Like, Others Not So Much

on August 30, 2015 3:05 PM

The multiplayer beta of Call of Duty: Black Ops III is drawing to a close, and Design Director David Vonderhaar talked on Twitter about some of the gameplay tweaks coming in the future of the game.

Vonderhaar mentioned that we’ll like some of the upcoming changes, but we might not like others, as not every gamer sees things from the same angle. He will not apologize for trying to balance the game, but he’ll do his best to explain why things are changed:

He doesn’t think Nomad’s specialist ability Rejack is overpowered, but retaining the streak is a bug:

The Black Hat is going back to the drawing board:

Toughness won’t make a comeback from Black Ops II, but high and first damage flinching is being evaluated:

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