Activision’s leading FPS Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 is going to get microtransactions.
Microtransactions are being added to Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 with a new patch.
The new content allows players to buy in-game ‘micro-items’ where you can dress up weapons in camoflage, new targeting reticles, and a custom player calling card.
For example, you will be able to buy the Bacon Personalisation Pack which wraps your favourite weapon in a delicious slice of sizzling bacon. We’re not making this up.
The other things the patch is bringing are:
- Nuketown Zombies
If you didn’t get Nuketown Zombies as part of the Hardened or Care Package limited editions of the game, now you can get it as a standalone level for 400 MS Points.
- Extra Slots Pack
You can now get 10 more Create-a-Class slots (giving you 20 total if you’ve gone all the way up to Prestige Master) and significantly expand your media storage, allowing you to archive 20 more emblems, 32 more films and 40 more screenshots for 160 MS Points.
- Flags of the World Calling Card Packs
These packs include national flag-themed Calling Cards from countries around the world. Packs are divided by geographical region and costs 80 MS Points per region pack.
- Personalisation Packs
Each themed pack contains a unique weapon camo, three targeting reticles (one each for the Reflex, EO Tech, and ACOG sights), and a custom player Calling Card. All of that will come as a set for 160 MS Points.