The Call of Duty franchise continues, being yet another huge money spinner for the publishing house never mind that the fare is getting old, so here we are with the announcement of the Call of Duty: Black Ops II limited edition bundles, where $180 will land you the Care Package edition for Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3. This bundle is nothing to be sneezed at, as the entire thing comes boxed as an in-gamed care package, although the only thing which is lacking to make it a truly realistic experience is the aerial drop-off moment. Ripping this care package open, you will find a remote controlled MQ-27 Dragonfire quadrocopter drone, now how about that?
Since this is a limited edition bundle, it will be accompanied by its fair share of downloadable content goodies, including a pair of additional maps (Nuketown Zombies and Nuketown 2025), an exclusive weapon camo, two Player Card backgrounds and if you happen to love video game soundtracks, how does a copy thrown into the mix sound to you? PS3 owners will benefit from a pair of dynamic themes, while folks rocking to the Xbox 360 platform will be on the receiving end of an XBL Zombie avatar and Claw prop.
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