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The player can change the weapon loadout before the mission starts.
Brief flashback cutscenes use live actors.
Commander Savimbi is ready to attack.
Reloaing in the middle of a battle.
About to take out the enemy mortars.
Hudson is providing an air support to stop the advance of enemy tanks.
You can fire without looking through the scope but it won't be very precise.
The enemy is retreating, the victory is ours.
Fateful meeting with Menendez.
Using binoculars to estimate enemy presence in the area.
Swinging across the ravine.
Gliding down using wingsuit.
Loading screens show the area around the carrier which is your base of operations.
Welcome to Afghanistan.
Pausing the game will bring up the mission objectives.
Guess this is one mission where Americans and Chinese will fight on the same side.
Approaching the afghan camp on horse.
The camp is under attack.
Russian helicopter is going down.
Taking out armored vehicles with a rocket launcher.
Menendez, before he went all loco.
When controlling Mendez is his blood rage, you can take out armies with nothing but a knife.
Mendez rushing through the burning barn to save his sister Josefina.
Past events coming back to haunt you.
Discussing the mission details with your comrades.
By talking to Woods you'll be able to relive the events from certain historical missions.
Approaching the beach under the cover of Scorpions.
Tony Todd as Briggs.
Hacking the weapons stash.
Enemy hacked the turrets, turning them against you and your troops.
US president's plane over LA is about to get shot down.
Menendez is about to attack US and China at the same time, bringing the world to a brink of WWIII.
Presidential convoy is under attack.
Try to reach the SAM turret to fend off the drone attack.
Prepping to jump.
They are hitting us hard from the ground.
Avoid the missile hits, 'cos it takes only one.
Some rifles will automatically mark targets.
Look for cover when screen turns red with your blood.
Mission briefing for one of the bonus missions.
Tactical map on bonus missions let you switch between your soldiers and automated turrets.
Controlling a walker with a deadly gatling gun.
Controlling automated turret defense to prevent enemy from capturing key positions.
Campaign now has Loadouts and Perks
Helping Savimbi and his crew
Wouldn't be CoD without Air Support
Setting up a match online
Up-close Knife Attack
Close call with a Lightning Strike
Taking out a couple of campers
Dead, but I managed to take out their Guardian
Choosing a Loadout
Modifying a Loadout with the new Pick-10 system
Get off my plane
Calling in a UAV
Sending out a Hunter Killer
And Boom goes the dynamite
Looks like it hurt
On a boat shooting other boats
Multiplayer Main Menu
Frank Woods in 2025 recounting his rescue 39 years earlier.
Blowing up tanks.
Angola, 1986. Playing as Alex Mason. Mowing down resistance.
Shooting at enemies trying to come on board.
Woods. He's been to hell and back.
Using rocket guided missiles.
Sneaking around the jungle.
Menendez, the Big Bad
And Woods. Still a bad ass
Flying to the objective in wing suits. Welcome to 2025.
Hacked into an enemy drone.
Fighting towards the drone factory.
The classic Nuketown map returns.
The new create-a-class
Death Machine spinning up!
Stabbing a camper.
Creating an emblem.
This map, Standoff, is heavily based on the CoD 2 map Dawnville.
Defusing the bomb in demolition.
Waiting to respawn in CTF.
The campaign now has loadout selection similar to multiplayer.
This was a little cold of me.
Woods back in action in Afghanistan
The horror of war
Resisting shooting Kravchenko. The player's actions will alter the outcome of the campaign.
The new Strike Force mode
Assuming direct control of a drone during Strike Force.
Calling in a chopper.
How Woods survived the first Black Ops.
Actually playing as the Big Bad for once.
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