"The lighting system has been a big point of interest for Treyarch in Black Ops 2, and the team have the added constraint of trying to ensure that the game will run on consoles at 60 frames per second."
Best two lines I've ever read in an article. If you're smart you won't buy this even if it has dedis.
"There’s an x-ray gun. With a weapon scope that could see through highway concrete columns and steel, the player picked off enemies at range as they hid behind cars or inside sneaky transports—shipping crates hauled by 18-wheelers. How does the weapon fire through feet of concrete? The mechanic Treyarch described for the weapon sounded interesting: you have to hold down your trigger as you’re firing to queue up ammunition to penetrate that surface. Treyarch mentioned that this “wallhack weapon” could be a useful way of counter-balancing camping in multiplayer."
lol guess Streets will be banning that weapon.
They're actually making a weapon that sees through walls...
How f'ing stupid is that? Everyone is going to be running around with these stupid things making pubbing worthless. Competition will last a couple of months like it always does, so yeah... don't be buying this game.
I love how the writer of that article put the 'It's Call of Duty, it has to be realistic' quote right before the mention of the X-ray gun.
It actually seems like they're doing something different with the single player. Won't justify buying the game at release date (and it'll still be absolute crap for comp), but maybe I'll consider getting it at some point just to see what this 'branching' campaign business is about. If they're going for side missions affecting the main story like ME2, that'd be a fresh idea to the CoD singleplayer.