Call Of Duty:Black Ops 2 Remastered
Call Of Duty:Black Ops 2 Remastered
Ahh, Call Of Duty... one of the most popular video game franchises out there right now. They have produced many famous games. One of the most famous and most loved games made was Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2.
This game was the sequel to Call Of Duty: Black Ops. The game at the time was available on the PlayStation 3, the Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, and the Wii U. The game had 3 modes, zombies, multiplayer, and campaign.
The campaign was a bold and courageous story of Navy Seal David Mason fighting a powerful enemy in the year 2025. It didn’t have futuristic tech like running on walls or double jumping like in Black Ops 3 or Advanced Warfare, but it also didn’t have old vehicles and guns that could limit you. It was perfectly balanced in the modern world , with modern technology. Best of all, David Mason (the son of Alex Mason from Black Ops) along with the rest of his seal team, fight the man who killed his father, Raul Menendez. Though, things take a terrible twist when Menendez and his terrorist organization take control of the United States’s drones. With the help of his team, he must fight to save not only the United States, but also the world.
Multiplayer was quite literally a gem of its time. You had access to a vast arsenal of weapons to choose from to fight the enemy on Team Death match, free for all, search and destroy, etc. There were many modes to pick from among other party modes as well, such as gun game, one in the chamber, sticks and stones, etc. But it was most famous for its beautifully designed maps. Hijacked, Slums, Aftermath, Raid, Standoff, Yemen, and lots more. It also had a variety of DLC maps to pick from, most notably, Nuketown. Nuketown was the fan favorite map from Black Ops, but redesigned to fit the modern world. You could either fight in a public match to promote your online rank and gain skins to your guns, or you could play in a private custom match with your friends and just goof around.
Finally we have zombies, which in my opinion (and probably many others) was the best damn thing I have ever played. The goal is to fight the plague of zombies that have taken over the world after a mysterious force is unleashed. There are different story’s you can play on as well. The infamous Tranzit, where a bus takes you around a large town of infested zombies. Die Rise, a continuation off of Tranzit where you are teleported to the other side of the world to fight zombies on towering sky scrapers. Origins, a fan favorite map where you play as the original characters to take down the zombies from the source... no mans land. Buried, another continuation off the characters from Tranzit where they fight zombies and another mysterious force in an underground abandoned western town. Mob of the Dead, another fan favorite where you play as prisoners on Alcatraz island fighting for their life as zombies take over the prison. Nuketown, where you play in the old Black Ops version of the atomic town, but this time the bomb has gone off! Now you have to survive in the radioactive town while fighting zombies. Another cool thing were two maps where you can play as zombies and other people can play as humans. You can either play zombies mode in a solo match, or a public math with four other people where you play to promote your online rank. Or you can just play with your friend in a private match.
As you can see, this game was fun as hell. I’m not the first person to ask for this game to be remastered. Plenty of other people have too. We want this game remastered for PlayStation 4 and Xbox 1. Please consider signing this petition, so we can continue our fun on our new consoles!