More Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 Game Details Revealed, Branching Storylines, Zombies Are Confirmed [SCREENSHOTS]

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Set in the year 2025, Call of Duty: Black Ops II propels players into global conflict featuring advanced weaponry, robotics, and drone warfare in a new Cold War scenario whose seeds are being sown in today’s headlines. New graphics technology drives the stunning cinematic action of the single-player campaign’s branching storylines and non-linear missions. That means that there will be more freedom than ever before in terms of how you execute your mission and what can happen as you do it.

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“With Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the team is crafting an experience that Call of Duty fans have never seen before,” said Mark Lamia, Studio Head for Treyarch. “We are challenging assumptions on every front, with the single player campaign, Zombies and multiplayer. In the campaign, we are creating a thought-provoking story that introduces branching storylines and meaningful choices that impact the narrative. Running in the multiplayer engine for the first time, Zombies gives players a bigger and more diverse set of gameplay experiences, as well as entirely new ways to wage war with the undead. And in multiplayer, we’re embracing all skill levels and play styles to give players more ways to engage. With Call of Duty: Black Ops II, we’re all in and we won’t rest until we’ve launched nothing less than the best Call of Duty we’ve ever made.”

So we got a branching storyline, a super powered zombie mode, and tons of other stuff, this could be epic.  We have to know what you think about this, hit up the comments and let us know. The fight begins again on November 13th.

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Lorenzo Winfrey

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