Black Ops II won't actually be out until November 13, but that's not stopping Activision and Treyarch from putting out a launch trailer a month in advance. Sure, this sort of thing usually comes a week before launch, or day of, but a month early works too.
There's nothing really new in the trailer, as launch trailers tend to be about montaging as many action sequences as possible into a couple minutes.
In Black Ops II, players jump ahead to the year 2025, as an international crisis grips the world, and we learn the hard way that superior technology is worth squat when that tech falls into enemy hands.
Recently, Activision announced a Season Pass DLC system for the upcoming Call of Duty, while Call of Duty ELITE will be completely free. That's all the services offered through ELITE, not the DLC itself. Obviously, you're still going to have to pay for map packs.
Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)
Oct 17, 12 at 6:23am
Gonna be a good one. but not sure for 'a great one'...
Oct 17, 12 at 4:31am
The scene at the beginning looked epic: Harper in an almost 'Assassin's Creed' like position... Good to see they put in the FAL, too. (With the same model... -.-)
Oct 16, 12 at 6:17pm
Very standard-issue Call of Duty. I'm honestly not blown away by it.
Still excited for the game, though.
Oct 16, 12 at 5:09pm
I like this game really bad
Oct 16, 12 at 3:42pm
I was pleasantly surprised by this today. It's pretty weird that they did this a month early, but it was a good launch trailer in the spirit of Black Ops' first one. And it was much better then MW3's launch trailer.
As much as a huge fuss is being made about the future, I'm honestly more excited to see the 80's stuff. I enjoy some good historical fiction.
And zombies, that's a given, though.
Oct 16, 12 at 3:06pm
Looks cool, I'll probably only buy this for the campaign though. I'm not a big fan of the Multiplayer, it gets boring pretty fast...
Oct 16, 12 at 2:46pm
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