The Call of Duty: Black Ops II microtransactions keep rolling on into our lives. They’re still not drastically altering the game, unless you consider carrying a gun that looks like it has been covered in bacon a game changer. The latest microtransaction DLC to hit the game are Personalization Packs and, like the others, they’re mostly harmless.
The Call of Duty: Black Ops II Personalization Packs allow players to customize their equipment’s appearance. Instead of bland, black guns and riot shields, players will have access too skins that make them look more festive. There are available designs.
- Bacon covers your gun in bacon.
- Benjamins looks like money.
- Dia de los Muertos offers a Day of the Dead look.
- Graffiti offers a brick wall and spray-painted skin.
- Jungle Warfare is jungle print camo.
- Kawaii has pink and brown camo with adorable soldier animals on it.
- Party Rock goes animal print crazy with purple leopard print and black and white zebra print.
- Viper is for people who think snake print looks cool.
- Zombies puts zombies on your gun.
Each skin pack also includes three custom crosshair reticles and a calling card. For example, the one of the Benjamins reticules looks like a dollar sign. I recommend Kawaii or Party Rock. They’re 180 Microsoft Points each, which means they’ll probably be $1.99 each for the PS3 and PC.
GamesHQMedia actually has a Call of Duty: Black Ops II Personalization Pack DLC trailer. You can see how the skins look in action.
If you need some Personalization Packs to inject some flavor into your Call of Duty: Black Ops II experience, you won’t have to wait long. The Xbox 360 version already has access to this microtransaction DLC. The PS3 and PC versions will be getting it next Friday on April 12, 2013.
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