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Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer modes unveiled

Posted on Friday, September 03 2010 @ 21:00:24 CEST by

Activision presented the multiplayer mode of Call of Duty: Black Ops at a press event in Los Angeles. The company revealed four new game modes and lots of new features, including surveillance camera killstreaks, crossbows, remote control buggies that explode on impact, and some rare weapons. Additionally, Treyarch has also created a Theatre mode, which will enable gamers to open and view all recent Live games, just as in Halo.
The new Create A Class features a screen showing your character model, because this time around how you look changes depending on which Tier 1 perk you choose (stealthy players will wear a relevant suit, for example).

Black Ops multi is also set to include rare weapons only found in supply packages. These include death machine and grim reaper, the first of which is an absolutely mental machine gun and the latter a giant, fast-firing rocket launcher. The aforementioned remote control buggy also falls under this category. There's even a gunship you can FLY YOURSELF and a sam launcher that will shoot it down.

Another massive change sees the introduction of Cod Points (or CD), which you'll rack up while you play and can use to purchase abilities usually gained with XP. CD can also be spent on Contracts; time-limited challenges that you can purchase.
More details at CVG.



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