Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 patch will grant Xbox 360 users a major chunk of enhancements as the update from Treyarch brings some new attributes to improve multiplayer experience online. Micro-transactions top the list of the new functions resulting from the update, which means that the users can now purchase required incentives.
The update for Black Ops 2 also fixes many bugs plaguing the game, which includes user interface problems and connectivity issues. The weapons in the game also get a fix and improvements along with CODcast enhancements. The Zombie issues have been fixed in addition to spawn system improvements. Xbox 360 users can now purchase personalisation packs for 160 Microsoft Points.
The personalisation packs offer three weapon camos, three target reticles and also a unique calling card for adding some style to the character. Activision will also provide ten extra slots for more 160 Microsoft points, if the user requires them. Zombies also feature in the micro-transactions as Activision will sell Nuketown zombies for 400 Microsoft Points.
These attributes were earlier available to only those users, who pre-ordered a special edition of the game or purchased a full Season Pass. For the gaming community who believe that the extra personalisation packs will give the users an upper hand, Activision stated that the packs will not aid gameplay in any way.
It is reported that Activision will be implementing the micro-transaction system to the future Call Of Duty games, which includes the first game on the next generation consoles, namely Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbox 720, What do you think about the new personalisation packs?