Welcome to the adrenaline pumping game arena of black ops 2. As an amateur you know how well you understand the game. You may be having difficulty playing, or you may lose each time you play the game, so here are some black ops 2 tips to make you play better.
Utilise the In-Game Map to Your Advantage
1) Call of duty has a rather faster graphics engine and visuals, and you have to take decisions in an instant or else you will get terminated. Use the map on the left side of the display screen.
The map displays you with the positions of your team mates, arch rivals and the battlefield. You can also see the map for visuals about your sole enemies, the direction in which they are looking, etc. So be sure to make good use of the map on the left side of your screen.
Make sure that you move in open areas only when you are sure that there is no one other than your team. The map would be a spectacle during hostile battles, where you can’t make sense of where your team is.
Mastering Cover and Tactical Decision-Making
2) Usually the first gamer to draw a gun and fire will win the battle. So make sure that you do not sprint in the game. Of course you have to sprint, if you want to dodge attacks, or escape, but try and limit it as much as possible.
You must remember that the more you sprint, the more time it will take for you to draw the gun; I would suggest that you run around rather than to sprint. In the latter part of the game you can make modifications, so that the time taken to draw the gun would be reduced; till then don’t ever sprint.
Be sure of hiding behind covers, to camouflage; perform a skirmish during close encounters with the enemy. Take aggressive decisions at all times and remember to not use hasty ones.
We hope that these tips help you in your quest to play better in Call of Duty Black Ops 2, and check back for more in the future.
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