‘Black Ops 2’ will be a tale of two Cold Wars – 6/25/2012

blops2-boxStarting from its announcement back in early May up until the end of E3 2012, Activision and Treyarch have been revealing small details regarding the single-player campaign of ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 2’.

The game will be set in two eras starting with the Cold War from the late 70’s until the early 80’s while most the game will be set in the year 2025. For the Cold War-setting; gamers will again take on the role of Alex Mason while the future setting will have gamers take on the role of David Mason (Alex’s son).

The story will start with Alex Mason and his early encounter with Raul Menendez during the Cold War. In the 2025 setting; David Mason and his team must stop Menendez when hijacks America’s electronic defense and use it to trigger a war with the Peoples Republic of China.

It has been confirmed that several Cold War levels will be set in Central America and Afghanistan during the Soviet Occupation. 2025 levels will include a war-torn Los Angeles and Singapore.

More details regarding Raul Menendez and other story related content will be revealed in the months to come.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is set to be released on November 13 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U. It will be the ninth game in the Call of Duty-series and the third to continue the story arch that started with Call of Duty: World at War.

Written for Digital Journal 
Original Article: ‘Black Ops 2’ will be a tale of two Cold Wars


About Stan Rezaee
I'm a writer from San Jose who has contributed to several online and print publications.

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