Two's better than one

Call of Duty: Black Ops III may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it's in Sony's court now, so expect to see a lot more of the series on the PlayStation Blog. And just in case you missed the announcement during the Japanese giant's big press conference: the game's beta will launch first on the PlayStation 4, while all future DLC packs will arrive a month early on the manufacturer's machine. That's a big deal.

Of course, Activision's first-person franchise isn't just about competitive multiplayer – its campaign is always a big deal, and during the PlayStation media briefing, the publisher showed off a good five minutes from the new game. The twist this year is that you'll be able to play the entire thing in four-player co-op, so while it doesn't appear to have the pizzazz of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, it should be much more replayable.