We already hit the future with the last Call of Duty title, but Black Ops III's latest trailer takes us to an area of warfare that is much more advanced.

Treyarch's latest trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III teases the game's futuristic setting, but one much different than we previously saw with the last game. Teasing that we're going 50 years into the future, we're going to find out that Ron Perlman was right: war never changes, but the technology and soldiers do. The video hints that for every major technological advancement we've made in health, computing, cybernetics and entertainment, the government has made tenfold in regards to warfare and weaponry. We're talking cybernetic bodies, optical implants, changing your DNA, mind control, brain washing and turning people in living weapons — all you need to do is hand them a gun and they're set. Tell Steve Rogers to drop the Captain America shield and take five, because this is the birth of the real super soldier program.

Here's an official description of the game from Treyarch:

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 deploys players into a dark, twisted future where a new breed of Black Ops soldier emerges and the lines are blurred between our own humanity and the technology we created to stay ahead, in a world where cutting-edge military robotics define warfare.

In the next 50 years, technological advancements will lead us into a world where only those who risk going too far will find out how far we can actually go.

With a full reveal of Call of Duty: Black Ops III coming out on April 26, we're guessing we should see it hit store shelves on at least PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One sometime this November.