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Should Battlefield 4 join futuristic Black Ops 2?

After months and months of speculation, Activision has finally confirmed Black Ops 2 at last. It is coming on November 13 as expected, but to our surprise the game will actually be set in the future. Shock horror.

That’s right. It looks like that quadrotor flying drone teaser was the nail in the coffin, as the futuristic tech features in the world premiere trailer that Activision released during the playoffs.

If you pay attention to the opening of the trailer, you’ll see that the game is set in the year 2025. After watching The Avengers recently, we can’t help but notice that the building you first see at the start of the trailer bears a slight resemblance to Stark Towers! Back to the game though – how does a futuristic Black Ops sequel appeal to you after seeing the trailer?

Graphics don’t look particularly amazing, but then again it has always been about the gameplay. We’re getting really excited about the idea of using various flying mech and gadgets as new killstreaks in the game, not to mention things like plasma rifles that Treyarch can now put in the game.

There’s explosions galore in the trailer and towards the end another little surprise – horses. Will they be restricted to the campaign mode or will you be able to ride horses in multiplayer? – Sounds a little crazy we know. At the moment, there’s a lot of divide on whether a futuristic setting is good for Black Ops. However, after the arguably ‘disappointing’ MW3, a big shake up like futuristic warfare is just the change that the Call of Duty franchise needs.

What about Battlefield as well? We’re intrigued to hear what EA think of Activision’s sudden switch to a futuristic setting for Black Ops 2. If the game enjoys the same amount of success that the first Black Ops game did which it probably will, then don’t be surprised to see EA follow suit with a futuristic Battlefield 4 of their own. Would you like to see this happen as well, or would you be strongly opposed to the idea?

A zombie mode has already been confirmed for Black Ops 2 as well, but we’ll discuss that at a later point. Watch the trailer below if you haven’t already and let us know your opinions on Activision taking things into the future. Is this going to become a popular trend for the next generation of home consoles?

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Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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