Way way back in April Xbox 360 users exclusively got their hands on the latest Call Of Duty: Black Ops II Uprising Multiplayer Map. Well it has finally come to the PC and Playstation 3. Mob of the Dead is exactly as it sounds. Some of your favorite Hollywood mobsters, Ray Liotta, Michael Madsen, Chazz Palminteri and Joe Pantoliano, go up against the dead. Mob of the Dead isn’t a standalone however, it comes as part of the Uprising Map Pack. Get the details on the maps, and the Mob screens past the break. Get the map pack now for 15 bucks on the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.
In an interview with The Pulse Of Radio, Avenged Sevenfold frontman M. Shadows discussed the status of a new A7X album, stating, “I try not to say too much about the album because you know how the Internet world is, so I’ll just say this: we have a direction, we’re sticking to that direction, and we feel really very happy writing in these terms that we’ve laid out for ourselves.”
Continuing on with a little tidbit for the fans, “The album is coming along very nicely, we’re excited to get in the studio, we have about six songs that I’m really happy with right now, and we’re continuing to write every single day.”
This album will be the sixth studio album from the band and the first to have drums not written by James “The Rev” Sullivan (Nightmare‘s drums were written by The Rev while being performed/recorded by ex-Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy).
Meanwhile, fans can hear the new song “Carry On” after the credits in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. You can check out of that below. READ MORE
Avenged Sevenfold have released “Carry On”, a new song that will be on the Call Of Duty: Black Ops II soundtrack. You can hear a lo-res version of the song below or a hi-res stream here. Call Of Duty: Black Ops II will come out Nov. 13th.
Avenged Sevenfold have pretty much taken 2012 off, as they had announced they were going to do. Now, there are rumblings that the band will be entering the studio to record the follow-up to 2010′s Nightmare.
Alright A7X fans, what do you think of the new song? READ MORE
Black Ops was my first Call Of Duty. It took me in the back of a 69′ Chevy, totally railed me and never called me again. And I loved it. I never thought I would like a Call Of Duty game but Black Ops was different. I wasn’t the biggest fan of Modern Warfare 3, but naturally I’m excited for Black Ops II. Past the break you can find 3 new screens. I know it isn’t much, but that’ll do pig.
Usually when November comes around, you’re thinking Thanksgiving. No school. And Call Of Duty. Every year around November a Call Of Duty game has been released for a long while. So naturally we just assume the next Call Of Duty will be released in November. Well, this holds true for another year as Target has gotten reservation cards for Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. The game will officially be announced May 1st, and reservations for its November 13th release will start May 2nd. That’s all we know for now, more as it comes!
Not much to report except that European retailer FNAC has listed Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 on their site to be released November 12th, 2012. Sounds right in the ball park of a normal Call Of Duty November release. No other details have surfaced and nothing has been confirmed.
Black Ops was the 1st COD game I had played and I really liked it. Wasn’t a big fan of Modern Warfare 3, so I’m hoping Blops 2 will bring me back to Call Of Duty. Anyone else? READ MORE