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Call of Duty - Black Ops II Soundtrack (2012)

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Album name: Call of Duty - Black Ops II Soundtrack (2012)
Number of Files: 49
Total Filesize: 284 MB (MP3), 867 MB (FLAC)
Date added: Sep 26th, 2021
Album type: Game
Released on: PS3   Wii U   Windows   Xbox 360   Xbox One   

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Black Ops Cold War: The Multiplayer Menu Music Is Chilling - Listen To It Here!

With the Black Ops Cold War beta launching this week on PS4, players have managed to get a sneak peek at the menus for Black Ops Cold War.

Pre-loads are already available for the new title, to those that pre-ordered the game digitally.

Upon starting up the beta, you're unable to play the game but the main menu will flash the familiar images shown during the Alpha.

Alongside this, the main menu theme has been revealed!

Read More: Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer BETA LEAKS: Release Date, How To Get Into The Beta, Level Cap, Weapons, Maps, What's Included And Everything We Know

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While for a large part of it, it seems to be the same eery war theme that we heard in the Alpha, it does also start to pick up in tempo and change its tone after about 5 minutes.

This music comes directly from the beta itself and players can listen to it in full force on the 8th October.

Activision's choice in music has been nothing short of incredible in the build-up to launch.

What's great is they've taken songs from the 1980s, the time period in which the game is set, and given them a modern-day spin.

For the main reveal trailer of Black Ops Cold War, they opted to use New Order's 'Blue Monday' (released in 1983).

When they revealed the multiplayer, they used Notorious B.I.G.'s remix of Duran Duran's 'Notorious' (originally released in 1986).

Finally, for the Zombies reveal they used 'Tainted Love' by Soft Cell (released in 1981).

Black Ops games have been well known for their catchy soundtrack choices and it seems like this year they've taken a different direction on the menu music, with a slight twist.

It's by no means my favourite, but I think it sets the tone for the story when you first load into the game.

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What happened to: ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’?

The dusty old Xbox 360 which was the backbone of fun for my younger self currently sits hibernated in the corner of my games room. Vivid childhood memories were made on that machine; ranging from completing Saints Row IV’s campaign to the backdrop of The Touch by Stan Bush, the epic song that played when Optimus Prime fought Megatron in The Transformers: The Movie, to playing Kinect Sports table tennis with my grandparents. Yet one game towers above them all: Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

Of course, quite often people exaggerate the greatness of their childhood games, but Black Ops II is for sure not an example of exaggeration – it was theCall of Duty. Having been voted ‘the best COD game of the decade’ last year, I think many fans would agree.

From the extravagant single-player mode which had players completing its story with several possible endings to the countless innovations made in the zombies mode, or the textbook Call of Duty multiplayer experience, the joy I had playing what many term ‘the last good COD’ was immeasurable.

Take the campaign for example – Black Ops II is still one of only two games in the franchise to offer a non-linear campaign. Instead of the developers deterministically and predictably spoon-feeding the player to the end, the third best-selling Call of Duty ever lets you choose the fate of Alex Mason and his son.

No other Call of Duty game comes close to having as many fun maps to play on

The zombies mode was special, too. Many iconic memories with friends were made on countless nights spent in the ‘Jug room’ of Buried or on the bus of Tranzit. Furthermore, Mob of the Dead was a brilliant addition to the already loaded lineup of Black Ops II zombies maps. Being frequently contested as the best Call of Duty zombies map of all time, the atmospheric feel, combined with the crisp and creative gameplay, stemming from weapons such as the Acid Gat and the Hell’s Redeemer, was hardly ever repeated. Getting to round 50 and 60 on Buried and Mob of the Dead are respectively among my favourite gaming moments ever.

And last but not least, who could forget Black Ops II’s iconic multiplayer? The menu music alone is enough to make me (and I assume many of you) excited; quite literally ‘Adrenaline rushed’ as the composers intended. In terms of gameplay, both the variety of weapons used and the power of Black Ops II’s top-tier guns were amazing – which sounds contradictory, yet somehow Treyarch pulled it off.

In arguably COD’s ‘best’ multiplayer game, there were no equivalents in terribleness to the F2000 or WA2000; every weapon (yes, even the Chicom CQB) was at least usable. There were however equivalents in greatness to the Intervention or the UMP45. I cannot begin to describe the amount of time I have spent trying to hit that perfect 360 no scope with the DSR-50, or have spent gripping my controller so tight that my hands were sweating, going for that Nuclear medal on Nuketown 2025 with the MSMC and the 870 Remington.

Speaking of the maps, no other Call of Duty game comes close to having as many fun maps to play on. There’s a reason that the greats, such as Standoff or Raid, get constantly remastered seemingly in every subsequent Black Ops game. Even the second-tier maps such as Express have recently been remastered in the series’s newest game Black Ops: Cold War.

It’s hard to envisage a future where COD will ever return to the heights of Black Ops II’s brilliance

Combine this excellent track record of maps and weapons, with the spectacular scorestreaks that the semi-futuristic shooter had, such as the lodestar or the swarm, it is no wonder then that Call of Duty: Black Ops II was the game to define my tweenage and early teenage years.

Seeing as it was the first Call of Duty to have had a lifespan of more than one year, being continually successful throughout the eras of its successorsGhosts and Advanced Warfare, which were then followed by another resurgence in popularity in 2017 after it was made backwards compatible with the Xbox One, it is sad to see the state of the game today.

Whilst zombies and campaign are always replayable, the multiplayer has been completely overrun by cheaters, which makes matchmaking utterly unplayable. Nevertheless, although Black Ops II’s presence may have slowly faded over the years, its past will always remain in my heart.

Having been at the top of the FPS genre for 14 years now, it’s hard to envisage a future where COD will ever return to the heights of Black Ops II’s brilliance. Its sequels Black Ops III and 4 both sold significantly less and could never produce cultural phenomena such as the Tranzit bus meme-like their predecessor. Yet, even so, gamers look on with the best wishes for the franchise whose ninth installment made so many of our childhoods more entertaining, as Activision and its developer studios take on the challenge of making Call of Duty 2021.


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