Cheats and Walkthroughs
Once you start Call of Duty: Black Ops' multiplayer you'll notice this game offers a lot more customization than previous Call of Duty titles. CoD Black Ops is actually the first game in the series to offer up this level customization. Unlike Modern Warfare 2, Black Ops uses a currency system to purchase unlocked upgrades, perks and weapons. Want to know how it works? We're here to help! Check out our customization video, and then keep reading for extra tips.
- Emblems allow you to proudly wear your own design as you're on the battlefield. Creating your own custom emblem is easy. Unlike creating emblems in Halo: Reach, you have twelve layers to add your choice of shapes to. However, you don't unlock the ability to access this until level 10. There are 28 pages of choices, most of which need to be unlocked over time. Some options that I liked are tyrannosaurs, rubber ducks and hearts. I haven't unlocked enough to get all three but it will happen. Trust me.
- Create-a-Class will let you make and save your own custom classes. You can choose your default soldier, the weapons you use, the upgrades your weapon has, even your own make-up, err, facepaint. You can access Create-a-Class once you get to level four, and there are five types of primary weapons that can get upgraded. Look out for guns with the option to add a red-dot sight, because eventually you can change the red-dot to a heart (or a slew of other options). Shower your enemies with love bullets!
- If you're a gamer who wants to complete a game on 100%, unlocking everything, you're going to be playing Call of Duty: Black Ops for a long time, probably just long enough for next year's CoD game. Fingers crossed for Call of Duty: Mordernest Warfare, but I'd really like to see them go out on a limb and announce Call of Duty: Modern Wharf Rats.