Treyarch and Acti revealed today the pre-order incentives for the upcoming Black Ops 2, at least for three major North American retailers.
For online shoppers, Amazon.com will throw in a "digital wallpaper" for your troubles, though you'll have to wait for the site to send the URL. No idea what the resolution on this is either, but hopefully buyers will have choices.
GameStop, the place where -- let's be honest -- most people will be pre-ordering from, is offering a two-sided Black Ops 2 poster. PowerUp Rewards (PUR) members will also be given a Modern Warfare 3 prestige token, at least for 360 or PS3.
Best Buy, if you trust their pre-ordering system, is giving customers who reserve with them a Black Ops 2 dog tag.
Last we heard, pre-orders for the new Call of Duty have already skyrocketed beyond Modern Warfare 3's reservation count, at least on Amazon.com; we're pretty sure this holds true for every other game retailer anyway. Expect Black Ops 2 to arrive November 13.