Call of Duty Black Ops: Unlocking Pro Perks Tips

For those of you who have doubted that Call of Duty: Black Ops is a great game, then you have obviously not given it a chance. However, we do have to warn you that this is not a simple game, so being able to unlock all of those pro perks will take, time, effort and determination.

Some of you might have already got to grips with COD Black Ops, so is not in need of any assistants, but there are those of you like me who cannot seem to get anywhere in the game. Well I do, but not without being killed a lot.

However, help is at hand, as Game Prestige has a few tips and strategies to help you through the game a little faster than your usual pace. Tips by ‘CALL OF DUTY’ professor are extensive and cover ‘TIER ONE PERKS’, ‘TIER TWO PERKS’, and ‘TIER THREE PERKS”.

To give you an example you are told that you need to get the ‘LIGHTWEIGHT’ as this will make you move faster and you will not take any damage when you fall. The way to get this is by scoring 15 melee kills, the article even tells you how to best achieve this.

This is just a small example of the detail that the ‘CALL OF DUTY’ professor goes through to help you in the game. For all the tips visit Game Prestige. For even more help take a look at our recent posts on a walkthrough for Black Ops, and tips for weapons.

What tips do you have to achieve these perks?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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