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Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
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Call of Duty: Black Ops II immerses players in a potential near-future Cold War in the twenty-first century, in which technology and guns have combined to produce a new breed of warfare.

In Black Ops 2, you play as Raul Menendez, a devious villain who uses the US military system to further his own purpose. Take command of the power of near-future technology and next-generation robotics to save the Earth from extinction.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II is a first-person shooter video game released in 2012 by Activision and developed by Treyarch. Black Ops II is the ninth installment in the Call of Duty video game series, and it is a sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops from 2010.

Black Ops II is the first Call of Duty game to offer branching plots, in which your decisions impact both the current mission and the main plot. These branching storylines, called Strike Force missions appear throughout the 2025 story and include permanent death. The success or failure of these missions may have consequences for the campaign's overall plot. Unless you start a new campaign, selecting one of the missions locks out the others.

You may operate a variety of combat assets in Strike Force missions, including unmanned aerial vehicles, jet fighters, and robots. If you die in a Strike Force mission, the campaign keeps track of your death rather than allowing you to load a previously saved checkpoint. Your performance in the Strike Force missions may even influence the plot's villain, Raul Menendez.

Similarly, there are instances in the main plot missions where you are offered multiple options and routes to choose from, which might affect both the gameplay and the story.

In addition, Black Ops II is the first game in the series to let you customize your loadout before starting a mission, giving you more choice in how you approach a mission.

Pick 10, a new system under the Create-a-Class menu, is one of the most significant additions to the multiplayer mode in Black Ops II. Pick 10 provides you with ten allocation slots in a class, which may be used to store guns, perks, and grenades. You may change the slot allocation to have additional gun attachments or more perks.

Killstreaks from prior Call of Duty games have been renamed Scorestreaks, and are now won through accumulating points rather than killing enemies. This lets you concentrate on objective modes, which also contribute to Scorestreaks, rather than getting more kills.

Weapons in Black Ops II feature a progression system, which is utilized to gain weapon attachments, unlike in previous games. You can prestige a weapon after it has reached the maximum level, similar to how you can prestige your level, and have your attachment progress reset.

With new game modes, the Zombies feature returns in Black Ops II. Following Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops, this is the third Call of Duty game to have a Zombies mode, and the first to include game modes other than the basic survival mode.


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Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty: Black Ops II

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The plot is divided into two arcs, one set in 1986-1989, a few years after the end of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and 18 years after Mason stops Dragovich and Nova 6, and the other set in 2025.  While it continues the story of several of the main protagonists introduced in the first Black Ops, both arcs take place decades after the previous game's ending.

Certain choices and decisions done throughout the story campaign will influence dialogue and NPC appearances in future missions. The names of all the missions in the Black Ops II campaign are listed here.

● Pyrrhic Victory

● Celerium

● Old Wounds

● Time and Fate

● Fallen Angel

● Karma

● Suffer With Me

● Achilles' Veil

● Odysseus

● Cordis Die

●  Judgment Day

After playing the online portion of Black Ops II for quite a considerable amount of time now I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks that I know for a fact will help you in the field of play. You may know some or even all of them already, and if you do then good luck to you, but for those who don’t then I hope this helps improve your game just a little. So without further ado let’s get to it.

● Spray not

Spraying is one of the most common problems while playing online and attempting to improve your gameplay. This is when you fire before you aim, and it's a difficult habit to break and in most cases, it does not work.

When you spot an enemy, make sure to aim first and then shoot. It may take practice to get used to it, but the easiest way to get started is to create a game with your friends and practice on them. If you get into the habit of aiming before spraying, your kill-to-death ratio will improve dramatically.

● Swap weapons

Another effective strategy is to switch weapons instead of reloading. You can immediately switch to your handgun if you run out of ammo, which is always faster than reloading and it proves to work most of the time.

If an enemy is coming toward you, you may want to switch to your knife, since most people will be caught off guard by it. In multiplayer games, every second counts, and you must move and act swiftly to maintain an advantage.

● Get used to your weapons

If you want to get the most out of the game, you'll need to know about two things: guns and maps. You could actually do very well online if you had a decent basic knowledge of both of them.

The only way to improve your weapon capabilities or create a great class is to practice with them frequently but bear in mind that some weapons work better with certain maps. So make sure to use the weapons that suit both your gameplay and the map you are playing in.

● Choose the best mode for you

It may appear straightforward, but you'd be surprised how many people stay in one game mode simply because it's what they've always been playing. When things aren't going your way, it's time to switch and try something different.

It not only feels good to play a different mode after sticking with one for a long time, but it also keeps you from becoming bored with a certain game mode. Again, it may appear simple, but few people take the effort to extend their experiences.

This concludes our game for today. Please share your gaming stories in the comments area below so that we may all learn from them.



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