Here’s a trailer for the Multiplayer section of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. Yes it’s more of the same in fact the engine hasn’t changed at all. Visually it looks like exactly the same game but developers Treyarch have stated that it will run at 60 frames per second, as for additional content there seems to be some at least with the introduction of futuristic weaponry but apart from that it’s pretty much more of the same but with a brighter sheen.
Black Ops 2 will be released on November 13th.
A screenshot from the playable 2025 section of Black Ops 2.
The video below is from Treyarch’s latest addition to the Call Of Duty Gaming franchise. It’s a sequel to Black Ops, imaginatively entitled Black Ops 2 and will be the very first COD game to feature future warfare technology in a special section based in the year 2025.
Of course in the future a new cold war has broken out but this time it’s between America and China and Treyarch have confirmed that robotics, cyberwarfare, unmanned vehicles and other modern technology will be featured throughout this section of the game. The plot for which rattles along like so:
Pew, pew, pew, zooooom, baaabaaabooooomm, thwunk, bang, bang, bang clank, click, puh-puh-puh, gazooks, tch, tch, tch.
The crew here at HMS Friday have been religiously putting in the hours playing Call Of Duty: Black Ops and haven’t so far been disappointed in the latest addition of the first person shooter franchise. But one thing which has soured our experience is the noticeable rise in the number of online players with swastika flags for their clan tags and gaming cards which show up etched onto their weapons during play.
The two pictures above clearly illustrate how some players have hand designed the Nazi flags using the customisable options Treyarch have built into the multi-player section of the game. Yes, you could argue the swastika is everywhere on the Zombie Maps and has popped up on numerous occasions during single player campaigns in previous Call Of Duty games, but for a player to actually spend time and effort creating a replica Nazi flag, either to be deliberately controversial or worse, is offensive for gamers like us who see it as a representation of Nazism. Should developers Treyarch enforce a ban on those responsible? What do you think?
UPDATE: You Tube has some videos where players have uploaded instructions on how to make and design swastika flags for Call Of Duty: Black Ops. Here’s two examples: