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Submitted by Naate 754d ago | preview

What's New in Black Ops 2's Mob of the Dead? | FPS General

When Treyarch announced the second DLC expansion Uprising for Black Ops 2, the community had mixed feelings. On the one hand, the maps looked but on the other, it was just the same old formula...again.

Activision has made it a habit to follow the tried and true formula with Black Ops DLC for both of these last two games; a handful of multiplayer maps and a new Zombies map.

Lather, rinse and repeat.

With Black Ops 2, call us naive, but we were hoping for something new.

Is that what we've been given with Mob of the Dead? (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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ahamling27  +   755d ago
Wow, actually adding a way to beat the map is pretty neat! I kinda wish that was in there from the beginning. :D
rasputiny  +   755d ago
lol, you are 100% correct!
ahamling27  +   755d ago
Then again, I never made it past wave 15 or so...
sheilabrooklyn   754d ago | Spam

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