Call of Duty: Black Ops III
In a world where bio-technology has progressed to the creation of militarized robots, human soldiers are forced to be stronger, smarter, faster and deadlier just to keep up. Such is your struggle in Call of Duty: Black Ops III, where you'll create or pre-load a number of characters in order to fight humanoid robots in the middle of a war zone. The good news is that you'll be able to customize everything from your weapons to your outfits, and online multiplayer modes will allow you to collaborate, strategize and receive on-the-ground feedback with others on your strike force. The bad news is that the robots don't bleed, tire or feel pain the way that you do. Can you outlast enemies engineered to go toe-to-toe with you?