Update: As kindly pointed out by reader Roe in the comments section, Call of Duty: Black Ops III will be available free for a full month, until 11th July.
As Sony was siphoning the guests at its freakish E3 2018 showcase from one venue to another last night, we learned that Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 would be available on the PlayStation Store free of charge for every PS Plus subscriber for the next month. Here are the other PlayStation Plus games for June. That means fans who pick up the Black Ops Pass will have four Zombies adventures on launch day, and then four more to sink their teeth into post-launch.
The Black Ops Pass demands players pay $99 up front for "Black Ops 4" DLC.
The changes made to the Black Ops Pass won't impact those who wanted the DLC to begin with, but it sets up an interesting dilemma for those on the fence. This pre-order offer is open to all PS4 owners via PS Store, so don't miss out. In fact, the so-called Black Ops Pass is slightly more restrictive than it's been in years past.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III was originally out in 2015 on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4.
It should be noted that Activision haven't shared anything on the subject yet and will likely not make an announcement until the week of E3.
As for the Pro Edition, this will include all of the previously mentioned goodies along with a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Steelbook case, a Black Ops 4 Pop Socket, 10 Specialist Patches and 3 Zombies Collectible Art Cards. Interestingly, this was the first year in quite a while that Call of Duty didn't spend much time in the spotlight.
"If you don't have a Call of Duty account, you can create a free one".