Dinosaurs Are Coming To 'Black Ops 2'
The next patch for Black Ops 2 is set to contain dinosaurs, apparently.
Treyarch's David Vonderhaar has posted a small update on his Twitter account about the upcoming patch for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, which he says is a "big one."
The patch is expected to include nerfs, buffs, bug fixes, and apparently—dinosaurs. Little else is known about the patch except that it's expected to fix a whole bunch of issues reported by the community, and hopefully add some stability fixes to the PS3 version of the game.
He wrote: "Still at work doing that final grind on the next update. It's a big one. Nerfs. Buffs. Bug fixes. Features. Dinosaurs. Details to come."
Dinosaurs? What could this mean? Either he's joking—which is unlikely—or Treyarch intends to add dinosaurs into the game in some form or another. Dinosaurs have been a highly requested feature by the game's community.
Vonderhaar also took the opportunity to reply to some of the comments he received on Twitter regarding 'issues' that players were having with the game as it is at the moment, and praised some of his teammates for being good at the game. It's clear that Vonderhaar's a man deeply in love with Black Ops 2, and it's heartening to see.
If past patches are anything to go by, Treyarch intends to release the patch for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC versions of Black Ops 2. It's unknown whether the Wii U will get the same love as the rest of the platforms that the game is on, however.