Black Ops 2: In new release, future is black

2 Comments 23 January 2013

http://homeworks-get.com/?mining=bitcoin-web-wallet-github By Osama Altairy and Ali Hammoud
Unis Middle School

From the 1960s to the 2020s this game has come a long way. Call of Duty made the best games so far, but Black Ops 2 is the best of all.

The game came out on Nov. 13, 2012, and has been a huge hit since then. The game has left people wondering if Call of Duty has been a major impact on recent school shootings, but many people have played the game and they found that nothing went wrong.

You start off playing in a variety of countries around the world, past and future. You play as Alex Mason or Frank Woods, the previous protagonists of Black Ops 1.

After that, there are many characters you play with from the future like Mason’s son. There is a man that they’re hunting for named Raul Menendez, the main antagonist of the game.

Besides the campaign, you can play Zombies on three different maps and play with your friends online. Multiplayer allows you to play against or with people around the world (using X Box live or Playstation Network.)

As you play, you unlock weapons and caches through ranks and as you advance you have the option to prestige, which resets all your stats and weapons to level one but gives you new rank emblems. Once a certain class of weapons such as SMGs all reach the rank of golden camo, you unlock a secret camo called diamond.

The new downloadable content coming for Black Ops 2 is called “Revolution” which comes with four multiplayer maps which are Hydro, Grind, Mirage and Downhill 1 zombie map called Die Rise and a new weapon called the “Peacekeeper” which is available Jan. 29 for Xbox and Feb. 28 for Playstation 3.

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  1. Houssein "AJ' Ajrouche says:

    Great Story and the game is amazing nice job Osamsa

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