Back when I was playing Call of Duty: World at War, the Zombie mode was just a bit of a distraction, an unlockable easter egg. Those who played the Zombie mode were usually addicted to Left 4 Dead and Killing Floor. Activision and Treyarch are determined to change that in Black Ops 2.
Black Ops 2 will catapult players into the future, wherein the warzone will be based in today's headlines. The single-player campaign will always be your typical COD game filled with great (or not) story lines and epic cinematic cutscenes. The multiplayer part meanwhile, will deliver an emphasis on eSports and match customizations. Meanwhile, the Zombie mode will be a whole new experience, more complete one than when it was first released in World at War.
Sceptical? Well here's the trailer:
COD: Black Ops 2 will be released on November 13 for the PC.