Not too long ago, Microsoft announced the availability of “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” for the Xbox One via the backward compatibility program. The game originally launched for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, but it’s back now.
The return of this fantastic game caused thousands of players to revisit it, as the title brought back memories only a classic Call of Duty game can deliver. These were the days when boots were on the ground instead of jetpacks and superpower-like abilities.
To this very day, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” is one of the best shooters of all time, so it makes sense for the game to now have over 100,000 players, with 45,000 of that number playing the zombie mode. These figures are a result of the game making its way to the Xbox One, and with the title now being part of Microsoft’s Big Spring Sale, the number will no doubt rise.
Not everything is smooth sailing with “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.”
There’s one interesting feature players enjoyed when the game first came on the scene, and that is League Play. Activision, the publisher of the title, disabled League Play, not knowing Microsoft would have introduced backwards compatibility. With this in mind, some players attempted to have the feature reinstated, but without luck.
@EddyBoiii_ Hey there! Seasons will not be returning to League Play on BO2. Sorry for the inconvenience. ^MA
— Activision Support (@ATVIAssist) April 13, 2017
At the moment, Practice matches is still a thing, but players should not toy with the idea that League Play will ever reappear in this version of Call of Duty.
Hackers and more hackers
Everyone loves to play their games smoothly without any form of issues. However, it would seem as if this is no longer the case with “Call of Duty Black Ops 2.” Several reports are coming in claiming hackers have infiltrated the game, and are causing problems for players following the rules.
We understand players have reported the issue to Microsoft, so it’s safe to say the company will get everything under control in the shortest possible time. Furthermore, one must take into consideration that this Call of Duty game is quite old, meaning; security has not been updated in years.
How to identify some hackers
Identifying hackers is not an easy task unless they give themselves away. One way to find out who is a hacker is by looking at their Gamertag. Bear in mind that Gamertags do not support special characters, so if a player’s tag seems out of place, then it’s up to the community to report this person.
We also recommend looking out for players with unnatural mobility in the game.
Overall, Xbox fans should appreciate what has been done for them where Black Ops 2 is concerned. Once the hacker issue is rectified, things should return to normalcy.