Is there a walkthrough for Black Ops 2?
This Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Walkthrough is for its non-zombie campaign mode. This page also contains a list of the major campaign decisions in BLOPS 2 and their consequences. Certain decisions (and actions) made in the story campaign will determine dialogue and the appearance of NPCs in later missions.
How to kill drones in Call of Duty Black Ops 2?
Gather as many drones in the targeting bracket as possible, then let loose with those Macross missiles and watch the sky burn. Track and kill the drone groups as they buzz your position; the secret service agent will tell Mason to leave once enough drones are killed for the security personnel to move President Bosworth.
What are the easiest challenges in Black Ops 2?
The five “easiest” challenges are highlighted if you only wish to unlock the perks and weapons in campaign mode. 100% Impact ratio with the SAM system on the wrecked highway. For this, Mason has to wait for all the circles to turn solid before firing and not missing with a single missile. Do 10 headshot sniper kills from the upper freeway.
How to clear the zone in Black Ops 2?
Clear the zone and you can enter the vehicles. Drive down the highway and smash through the Technicals and soft targets, but steer clear of walls and other car wrecks (those damage your vehicle significantly).
Where to avoid the fire in Black Ops 2?
Avoid the fiery plume near the mission’s extraction point. If the fire is not evaded (drive all the way to the right), Harper will be injured. Completing the Strikeforce Mission will yield more positive outcomes in the campaign. Retrieve the hostage and neutralize the kidnapper before they escape.
What happens if Mason kills Farid in Black Ops 2?
If Farid is left alive, Mason will have to go into battle alone for the rest of the campaign, but story-related events are generally more positive. Killing the admiral will bring on graver consequences for the Obama. Merely shooting a limb will let him recover and save the vessel from complete destruction.