Few days back we have reported on “Realistic” mode for Call of Duty Black Ops 3, we speculated that it was a traditional way, which would allow us to heal using a health pack without auto-healing, but now, thanks to the response of Treyarch, we have learned much more in ruthless way. Really surprising.

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“[In Realistic] you have one point of life, so if you’re shot once, you’re dead. It completely changes the way you play the game. You all have to survive as a group. You end up respecting the level in a completely different way, and once gunfire opens up, everyone just drops to the ground, because if any one bullet hits you or a grenade goes off near you, you’re dead.”

According to the director, artificial intelligence has also been modified to make individual decisions, and it is for the first time we have many kinds of behavior while working on a Call of Duty, although it is unclear whether the “one shot, one kill “Realistic mode will also feature for the enemies.

“We have more types of AI than we’ve ever had before,” said Blundell.

Treyarch has managed to refresh the franchise with innovative ideas, and this time, it seems that they are going on the right way.

Black Ops 3 is slated to release on November 6, 2015 across current, last-Gen consoles and PC.