Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 looks to be shaping up as a pretty thorough experience on the single player side, with Treyarch promising an engaging campaign complete with diverging story arcs dependent on player actions.
With David S. Goyer, the co-writer of The Dark Knight Rises at the helm, and composer Trent Reznor putting together the music, there’s a lot of talent behind the Black Ops sequel.
Until now, we haven’t seen or heard much about the multiplayer aspect of the game – the real “meat n’ potatoes” of Call of Duty gameplay.
Previous information regarding the game’s multiplayer included an interview where Treyarch’s Daniel Suarez revealed that some competitive elements in the returning zombie mode.
Other than that, we do know that Black Ops’ Nuketown map will be making a return, however, dubbed Nuketown 2025 this time around.
Black Ops 2 is set during two different time periods, the 1980′s and 2025, where a new cold war has broken out, as enemy forces take control of the world’s military technology.
Read more about Black Ops II, which is scheduled for a November 13 release date.
Check out the multiplayer reveal trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, and let us know what clues to gameplay features you spot in the footage.