Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Announced!
2012-05-02 21:25:42 / E-sport / Av: Sebastian Stolpe
Yesterday treyarch announced their 5th Call of duty game that’s set to be released in the end of 2012 on November 13th. The game is called Call of duty: Black Ops 2 and it will take place in the future. In the trailer they mainly showed big explosions, tanks and news about the campaign. Some people have been a bit doubtful that the game will be taken place in the future but that can only time tell since you didn't get very much information from the first reveal.
And in the e-sports scene of Call of duty everyone is of course talking about the multiplayer and how much Treyarch will support the e-sport scene in the next Call of duty game. But the competitive gamers shouldn’t be afraid, because David Vonderhaar and his team at Treyarch sound like they've taken a bit of notice from the esports community and won't be ignoring us like Infinity Ward. In an interview, David spoke about multiplayer and esports. They didn’t mention anything of LAN lobbies but if they're really as keen as they make out, that'll be the first thing they implement.
This is what David Vonderhaar had to say about the esports side for the New Call of Duty game in an interview with G4TV.com:
"We're pop culture junkies, for sure. I'm a social media maniac. And the team is really big into a couple of things, and these things directly influence the game design. One of these: esports. I read this statistic, and let me make sure I don't blow it here. This was just a couple of days ago. Three billion minutes per month, people watch people play video games. This is a fantastic number.
Blacks Ops 1 was on the MLG Pro Circuit for PS3. It was a really fascinating learning experience for me and the entire team. What we saw was the most passionate and honest community that I have ever seen. These were some of the most genuine and hardest core fans of the game that I've ever had the privilege of meeting, and I have met a lot of hardcore fans, none of them as mature as this group of people.
They've had a really big influence on the game, and in the game design. And it really comes down to two things. You have to make the game competitive and give people an environment in which they can be competitive and understand how they doing in the competitive universe. That's one of them."
After reading this it looks like the future for Cal of duty is looking really bright if it’s as good as David Vonderhaar says. And hopefully it will be as well.
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