If Mystic Meg was still a thing, she’d say something like this: “The moon is rising in Venus, and all the signs point to you upgrading to PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.”
The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops III have already had the single player campaign cut completely and now it has been revealed that the game won’t be hitting 60fps, something that every recent Call of Duty has managed to do.
“I’d say that we tried to hit that target [60fps],” said Beenox creative director Thomas Wilson, “It becomes harder when you’re working on current gen platforms.”
“We’re basically looking more at something like 30fps. But still, the experience is very enjoyable, otherwise it’s not Call of Duty.”
In slightly less disappointing news, the incredibly disappointing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 won’t be released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this November as had been originally planned.
The game is now scheduled for next year, sometime before the end of March, or if you prefer the shorter version of that news, it’s probably been cancelled.