How Far Will You Go–Black Ops 3 test

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The Activision marketing machine has already started for Black Ops 3 which is a real surprise to me. Over the past 4 years you could almost predict to the day when new things about a Call of Duty game were going to be released but this year it’s so much more exciting as they have thrown out the marketing plan and appear to be winging it.

Now obviously that’s  garbage as this plan will be so meticulously crafted but the fact that it is so different than the previous games makes it interesting.

The latest piece of the marketing is an online personality test to see how far you would be willing to go to protect your loved ones and humanity, and what you would be willing to sacrifice to improve yourself.

Take The Test

I personally ended up on the top end of the Neutral band where I wasn’t willing to lose everything that makes me who I am to be better but I’d love to rip my eyeballs out and breathe underwater. So take the test and let us know in the comments below if you believe humanity is perfect just the way your imaginary friend (or not) made us or if we need to improve ourselves to be all we can be.

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Last Updated: May 12, 2015

Gavin Mannion

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