The Wii U version of Black Ops 2 is considered the best by some gamers who have had the chance to compare it with other console versions. So far Treyarch hasn’t committed to any DLC for Nintendo’s version, but Wii U owners are optimistic that Treyarch will bring the likes of Revolution and other future DLC at a later date.
This week saw the release of Revolution for Xbox 360 Season Pass owners and it appears that a recent patch update for the Wii U version is causing a lot of confusion. The patch was deployed to bring the Wii U version up to speed with the Xbox 360 and PS3 counterparts, but word has spread that Wii U owners have been seeing Revolution information pop up in the Wii U version – obviously leading to speculation that the DLC could be coming sooner than expected.
There are also some animation problems that are occurring on the Wii U version and Treyarch has moved quick to issue a statement on the matter. Unfortunately it looks like the Revolution menu listings that are present in the Wii U version are there due to an error and not a confirmation that the Wii U is getting the map pack any time soon.
Treyarch has apologized over the issues, but you can imagine the frustration for those that picked up the Wii U version which is arguably the best, yet they have no DLC or no Season Pass to buy. A new patch should be on the way to fix up some of the other problems in the game, but hopefully Treyarch is thinking long and hard why the Wii U should be excluded from DLC.
As a Wii U owner who plays Black Ops 2 regularly, are you disappointed that there is still no word on any DLC for the game? Do you think it has something to do with the lower multiplayer player count on servers compared to the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions?