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Submitted by Naate 526d ago | news

Black Ops 2 Peacekeeper Calling Cards Found on Wii U

Earlier this evening, Treyarch released an update for the Nintendo Wii U version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 inadvertently confirming the eventual release of today's Revolution DLC expansion on that platform.

With Activision's current and past support for Nintendo consoles, this isn't too surprising but it does make it the first Call of Duty game to get full DLC support on a Nintendo platform, unless we're much mistaken.

The calling cards for the DLC-exclusive Peacekeeper was revealed on the Wii U version of the game, and we have the screenshots to prove it. (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Wii U)

Munnkyman  +   526d ago
Well hopefully this is true
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Sarobi  +   525d ago
I'm sure this news will make many of the Wii U players excited
SilentNegotiator  +   525d ago
nevermind, misread.
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animegamingnerd  +   525d ago
i thought all DLC was suppose to be a time exclusive for xbox but it is nice to see wii u owners getting the DLC
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Blink_44  +   525d ago
A lot of people are using this calling card online now. I'm really glad that we will be eventually getting the dlc.
Nevers0ft  +   525d ago
If the DLC is on the way, Treyarch are currently doing damage control:

"Hello Wii U Community,
We are noticing some issues with the version of the patch that was posted that you guys are also reporting here on the forums. We are working with Nintendo on a resolution to this problem and hope to know more at some point tomorrow. I will keep you posted as I receive more information.

We are aware that some of the menu listings from the 360′s Revolution DLC drop are showing up in the game. This is not a confirmation of DLC for the Wii U, just a versioning problem that we are working to address.

I do not want to publish the list of known fixes until I have confirmation that they are all live. I hope to be able to do this tomorrow, but as I mentioned, this is something we are working on with Nintendo, so the timeline isn’t entirely in our hands.

Thank you for understanding.

A_Trey_U"

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