Value was expected.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has a Pick 10 system, which basically allots you 10 points to distribute on weapons, perks and so on. It’s clear that this latest installment from Treyarch tries to radically change the way people are going to be playing Call of Duty, especially with the inclusion of score streaks.
The new Pick 10 system gives the player 10 points to distribute to your class’s weapons such as the tactical, lethal, and primary weapons. In a quick explanation, basically, you distribute points to each weapon, the primary weapon takes a point, an attachment takes a point, the secondary weapon takes a point, and so on. Via PCgia.
The game also has enough content to last gamers for a while. While this is not unexpected it is still quite amazing considering the amount of value you get from these titles.
“You get into the multiplayer and there’s a huge stretch, from combat training for the new player all the way up to league play,” David Vonderhaar told NowGamer.
“There’s all sorts of stuff in between. And Zombies is now almost a game by itself. There’s more value here than you’re going to find anywhere else. I think we’re doing all the right things to ensure that there’s a huge range of experience. I think it has immense value for a game.”
The game comes out on November 13 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.