Call of Duty Black Ops 2 has had some outstanding map packs so far and the new Vengeance Map Pack is just around the corner. Let’s take a look at what the guys at Treyarch have been hard at work on.
Rush – Rush, perhaps our favorite map in this pack, takes place in a paintball playground. But, instead of paint balls and paint splatter, you will be dealing with bullets and blood. Obstacles like paint ball bags will make close quarters combat more challenging and give it that competitive spirit.
Cove – Located in the Indian Ocean, Cove takes you to a deserted island where you are surrounded by water and have no choice but to fight your enemy head on. Since everyone will be battling in the center of the map, flanking them around the edges will be a good strategy.
Detour – While Detour takes place on a bridge, it shares many features from Call of Duty’s infamous boat maps such as a narrow design with multiple levels and many bottlenecks. The top of the bridge is well suited for medium to long range combat, while the bottom is reserved for shorter range engagements.
Uplink – Remember Summit from the original Black Ops? We do and we’re glad to see it return in this new map pack, this time renamed as Uplink and re-skinned as a a satellite control facility. With the addition of weather and a new look, we can’t wait to get our hands on Uplink.
Buried (Zombies) – And, of course, the map pack wouldn’t be complete without the new zombies map. Buried takes place underground with a twist. There, you will find an unlikely location: an old western town overrun by zombies. We not sure how it got underground, but we’re sure the living dead prefer it that way.
And, the Ray Gun Mark II also returns to zombies mode, giving you the chance to kill your living dead friends in the best way possible.
So, there it is Call of Duty fans. The new Vengeance Map Pack Releases on Tuesday July 2nd on Xbox 360 and we will have tons of gameplay to follow, so stay tuned and be sure to subscribe at YouTube.com/CallofDutyCommand
Co-Founder and creator of GameVerb, Ryan Thomas is a diehard gamer. Just ask his friends, they know! He enjoys a wide variety of games from racing games to first person shooters and everything in between and appreciates the constantly changing gaming industry.