Black Ops II Gets Four New Personalization Packs, and a Security Update
Call of Duty: Ghosts is currently one of the most popular online multiplayer games in the world. However, not all Call of Duty players have yet migrated to the series’ newest title. Call of Duty: Black Ops IIcontinues to have an active online player base, and as a result, Treyarch continues to support that player base by periodically releasing new downloadable content.
The latest DLC release for Black Ops II came this past Tuesday, in the form of four new personalization packs. These packs, which are exclusively available for the Xbox 360 version of the game, are named Paladin, UK Punk, Afterlife, and Comics. Each of the four packs can be downloaded for $1.99, and will slightly alter how your character and interface looks. A trailer that shows off how each of the content packs looks is available for viewing on the official Call of Duty: YouTube channel.
In addition to the micro-DLC items that’s were released, the Xbox 360 version of the game received a mandatory 87mb game update. According to Treyarch, the patch contains “a number of security system enhancements.” No further information was given, but presumably whatever changes were made by Treyarch were for the better.