Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has a great single player campaign, comprehensive multiplayer modes and an expanded zombie mode. It’s a dramatic and engaging first person shooter that has enough developments to be fresh, without losing what makes Call of Duty successful.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is set in 2025, and the military relies heavily on computer-controlled drones to do its dirty work. This reliance proves fatal when America’s enemies manage to take control of this high tech drone army, and turn it on US cities.
The single campaign in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 follows Alex Mason in the 80s, and his son David in 2025 as they fight a terrorist called Raul Menendez. It offers greater replay value than most triple A shooters, thanks to its branching storyline. During a game you will make choices that change the game, and give you one of six different endings.
The near future missions feature some cool technology, which feels fresh after so many years of the same old adversities! Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 isn’t revolutionary, but it feels a lot more dynamic than Modern Warfare 3’s coridoor like story. One thing that hasn’t changed, luckily, is the totally over the top story telling. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is finally an FPS that you could buy for the sinlge player mode.
Optional Strike force missions put you in control of multiple units, and feature Over watch Mode. This gives you an aerial view of the battlefield, so you can order your troops around. You have various objectives, and have to guide your troops to victory.