Swipe left/right

Peace News: Released at midnight tonight, the next installment of the record-breaking Call of Duty franchise, Black Ops 2, features extensive scenes of negotiations and immersive peace summits.

Games publisher Activision is responding to criticism that previous games have been too violent – and say that Black Ops 2 features no combat and instead will focus on ‘heart-racing, adrenaline-pumping diplomatic missions’ that involve the main character trying to get foreign delegates to sign a peace treaty before everyone can break for lunch.

“The only fighting this game features is the struggle to be first in line at the buffet,” said an Activision spokesman.

Other missions will see players organising seating plans for the delegates attending the peace summit, as well as making sure there is a constant supply of chilled mineral water and other refreshments.

Black Ops 2 also features a multiplayer mode, in which gamers around the world are encouraged to work together to translate the various diplomats demands, helping achieve a long-lasting, peaceful, resolution as quickly as possible.

Story: Simon Swatman

Breaking News: Our top 3 marathon signs on London Marathon Day

 

Trending Now

  1. Pics
    17 times the SAME guy was the funniest troll in the comments underneath articles
  2. News
    That thing when you get trolled by a $300bn South Korean multinational conglomerate
  3. Pics
    Our top 3 marathon signs on London Marathon Day
  4. Pics
    This chap’s texts to a “Jonathan the iPhone repairman” should raise a smile
  5. Pics
    “This might be the most British video ever”
« Swipe navigation »