In what seems to be turning into a yearly event, EA took a jab at Activision’s Black Ops 2, following the game’s May 1st reveal. EA’s Global Product Manager, Kevin O’Leary made recent comments about Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 that were less than flattering.Obviously his opinion, O’Leary said Black Ops 2 looks tired, and should take a rest for a year.
“Poor Black Ops 2, you look tired, you should take a year off and rest.”
Here’s the trailer that prompted O’Leary’s response. It’s definitely looking like a new setting for the Call of Duty franchise could spice things up a bit, but the futuristic overtones have also prompted Ubisoft to jab at the franchise as well. Tony Key of Ubisoft recently included Black Ops II in a press release for their upcoming Ghost Recon: Future Soldier title calling the game an imitation.
Black Ops II was recently revealed to arrive on November 13th for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. Treyarch has also alluded to a Wii U version possibly in the works.