Black Ops 2: Zombies Trailer released for Call of Duty


Black Ops 2: Zombies Trailer released for Call of Duty


A new trailer has been released by Activision for its FPS (First Person Shooter) game Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. The new trailer give users a preview of the zombie included in Black Ops 2. The trailer also provides more information regarding the Zombie mode which will be made available by October 26th. The latest trailer suggests the presence of only a single player Zombie mode in the game. 

Zombie Mode has always been a popular game mode ever since Call of Duty series was launched. This Mode features players teaming up to fight hordes of Zombies. 

Reports suggest the latest Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 to be similar to its predecessor versions. The new game is expected to feature constant action and rewards for the players for successfully completing missions. Some of the major attractions include the presence of Sci-Fi and mechs. 

The latest game is also expected to be using EMP Grenades as an added weapon which was absent in the previous game titles. The previous version released last year in CoD Series was Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 which was a huge success and featured looming threat of World War III. 

The initial Call of Duty game revolved around World War II which saw ups and downs until the Modern Warfare 3 version was released featuring hardcore gaming scenario of World War III. Reports suggest Call of Duty: Black Ops II to be one of the much awaited games in the gaming industry. 

The release date of the game is slated as November 12, 2012 and the game will be made available for PC, XBox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game will be also made available for Nintendo Wii U


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