The latest trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 sets up a near-future world of "modified" humans and super-soldier programs. Sticking to the politically tense and morally ambiguous themes of the Black Ops series, the world seems unconvinced that cybernetically enhanced killing machines are a great thing for the U.S. military to have, even if it does make for awesome deathmatches.
Activision is still holding back footage of the game itself, likely for its planned worldwide reveal on Sunday. But thanks to this trailer and previous teases, we've already got a pretty good feel for the world of Black Ops 3… which sounds a bit like a Tom Clancy hardcover version of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. I wouldn't expect quite as many dialogue options, though.