Posted August 7, 2012 by Matt Kitchens in Games

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Multiplayer Reveal Trailer Has Landed

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Multiplayer Reveal Trailer Has Landed

On May 1 of this year, Treyarch gave us a first look at what would be coming in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. The video they revealed for us was of the game’s back story and gameplay, but we were forced to wait over 3 months for some multiplayer action. After the dreadfully long wait, we were finally given a glimpse of multiplayer just a few hours ago. Check it out for yourself.

As you can see in the video, the multiplayer has been plastered with new high-tech weapons and gear. The visuals themselves look very different from both Modern Warfare 3 and the original Black Ops title.They have personally blown me away with the graphics here, as they look much richer with a wider palette of colors in the maps. As far as new weapons go, we’re seeing a grenade at the beginning of the clip that looks to electrically stun enemies. After that scene, we are shown some kind of turret used to slow or stun enemies as well. In the way of aircrafts, we see a helicopter at one point that most of us will likely have used in previous games, followed by a smaller drone that’s called a “dragonfire”. That vehicle in particular is controlled remotely by the player and actually shoots bullets as opposed to the enemy-tagging mechanism found in the recon drone from Modern Warfare 3. After that we see some nice sniper rifle action, as well as the return of my beloved tomahawk. To finish off the video, we see an insanely fast-firing shotgun, followed by a plane that crashes right into the middle of the battlefield (no pun intended). So all in all, this video should please most players and hold us over for the next month or so before we see some more content (Zombies anyone?). Let us know how you feel below.

Matt Kitchens

Matt is currently a Psychology student. He has 5 animals, and no he doesn’t live on a farm (more like a one bedroom apartment). Matt is happily married, even though his wife may hold the belief that he loves his tech more than her (not true…).