Call of Duty Black Ops II
If someone mentions the phrase Call of Duty anywhere nowadays, somebody who is a gamer or not, will know exactly what game you’re talking about. Even for gamers that know the negatives and positives about the “descent shooter”. The gamers that know how the release of the Call of Duty games work know that if Infinity Ward has a symbol on it, it’s going to be “better” than that of a game that has a Treyarch symbol stamped on it. The Infinity Ward games, up to this point, have been the only one that have kicked out modern or futuristic games. Treyarch has covered the older wars for the most part like World War II and Vietnam with Black Ops.
In Black Ops II, time has jumped severely in to the future and robots were supposed to provide the ultimate fighting force for America but the one thing that they didn’t think about was what happens when the enemy gets the keys? So throughout the game the main character is fighting against Russians and robots alike, while having assistance from robots of his own that apparently just follow rules of their own. There are a ton of fans out there that can’t wait to get their hands on the campaign, while others can’t wait to get their hands on the rumored “zombie campaign”. There is also, of course, the infamous Call of Duty multiplayer that has already released a ton of media on the tools and killing power given to those that will answer the Call of Duty (Black Ops II).
The game looks amazing and players will see if Black Ops II will actually be able to work with robots and if this game will maybe start a new trend with Treyarch and perhaps they will be the ones on top of their rival for once. The game looks wonderful so far and fans just need to wait until November to get their hands on it.