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A new video, released the other day, shows some more multiplayer game play from Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Within this video, two guys named Anthony Gallegos and Bobby Amos Jr. add their commentary and discuss their thoughts about the game.
Although the Call of Duty franchise sells millions of copies of their games every year, the franchise is still heavily criticized for not really changing anything. Both of the commentators seem to believe that Black Ops 2 is going to be the game that proves itself to the community and will put that criticism to rest. Bobby Amos Jr. stated:
“I’m excited for that, you know, because you have all your naysayers and all the haters out there that’s constantly complaining about how they keep doing the same thing over and over and I’m really excited to see, you know, what the developers and everyone behind this are doing and hopefully they can win over those naysayers.”
Another key topic of discussion amongst the commentators was the transition from Killstreaks to Scorestreaks. They both seemed on board for this change and hopefully this will force players to be more objective minded. Also, the fact that players can choose to control certain Scorestreaks themselves or let it move on its’ own is a fantastic addition to Call of Duty. In the video, you can see one of the Scorestreaks being used, which looked like a much more powerful Assault Drone. I cannot wait to actually try out some of these drones myself.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is set to be released this year on November 13th on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, while the Wii U will get it on a later date.