Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Care Package)

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Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Care Package)

FEATURED Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Care Package)

  • Remote Controlled Quadrotor Drone and Stand
  • Limited Edition 2-Sided SteelBook®
  • (2) Collectible Challenge Coins
  • Official Soundtrack by Jack Wall with Theme by Trent Reznor
  • Exclusive PlayStation® 3 Dynamic Multiplayer Theme
  • Exclusive PlayStation® 3 Dynamic Zombies Theme

In-Game Content

  • Nuketown Zombies Bonus In-Game Content
  • Nuketown 2025 Bonus Multiplayer Map
  • Exclusive Weapon Camo
  • Exclusive Multiplayer Player Card Background
  • Exclusive Zombies Player Card Background

You’ve earned plenty of care packages in-game; now call one in for real. The Call of Duty®: Black Ops II Care Package puts 2025 air superiority in the palm of your hand, along with limited edition physical items and a cache of exclusive digital content. Pre-order now while supplies last.

  • Remote Controlled MQ-27 Dragonfire Drone – Command cutting-edge technology, exclusively for this once-in-a-lifetime combat collection.
  • Nuketown 2025 Bonus Map – Relive the close quarters chaos of this classic fan-favorite map re-imagined in a 1960s visionary depiction of the “model home of the future.”
  • Nuketown Zombies Bonus Map – Battle hordes of Zombies in this beloved 1960s nuclear neighborhood.
  • Collectible 2-Sided SteelBook® – Limited edition game case featuring exclusive artwork.
  • (2) Challenge Coins – Limited edition challenge coins that serve as your key to exclusive digital content.
  • Weapon Camo – Rank-up in style with an exclusive multiplayer weapon skin.
  • (2) Player Card Backgrounds – Liven up any killcam with two exclusive player card backgrounds, inspired by Nuketown 2025 and Zombies.
  • Official Call of Duty®: Black Ops II Soundtrack – A digital copy of composer Jack Wall’s epic in-game score with Theme by Trent Reznor.
  • PlayStation®3 Multiplayer Theme – Turn your menu screen into a scenic view of Turbine, a map set in the rocks and shadows of a 2025 Middle Eastern wind farm.
  • PlayStation®3 Zombies Theme – Revive your menu screen with a dynamic theme, build exclusively for fans of the Call of Duty® undead.


The Biggest Zombies Experience to Date: Call of Duty: Black Ops II Zombies features three different ways to survive the zombie apocalypse. Unravel the mysteries of a dying Earth in Tranzit, fight endless waves of zombies in Survival mode, or compete in the new 4z4 last-human-standing mode, Grief.

1-4 player co-op in a large open world with a variety of locations. The new Buildables gameplay elements help players move through each area to find the key tidbits that reveal why they are there and what they must do to survive. All the while, public transportation is still operational, as a bus will regularly stop at each location. Zombies ride for free.

Recreating the classic mode of just purely surviving the shambling, incoming Zombie horde, Survival mode allows you to play 1-4 players co-op in specific locations from the much larger Tranzit area.

You and friends can take on up to 4 people in a team vs. Zombies vs. team scenario. 2-8 players are thrown in a situation to be the last humans standing.

MP Technology with Zombies: Call of Duty: Black Ops II features new and extensive stat tracking as well as leaderboards for bragging rights. New skill-based matchmaking system will allow players of the same ability to take on the horrors of the night in public game modes. For players that are looking for an extra challenge, Zombies features custom games: Headshots only, higher starting rounds, and toggling of extra items are all available.

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  1. 26 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Cool Box and Video game case and Medals, but terrible Quadcopter, November 13, 2012
    Wolfgang F. Kandek “wkandek” (San Mateo, CA (USA)) –

    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Care Package) (Video Game)

    Okay the box is amazing it is hard nice plastic with cool designs on it, although it is not to scale of a real care package it resembles the size of a small toy chest. Opening it everything is nicely packaged. There are two cardboards boxes with nice designs, then on the inside they hold the controller and the Quadcopter which is a huge let down. The medals are metal and are nice with cool artistic designs on them and they have a code on them to redeem the nuketown map. To the left of it is the game case. It is a standard PS3 case but plated with metal over it with cool design of a guy holding a gun on the front and on the back a girl with flames behind her. Inside is the disk and a bunch of papers to redeem more things like the soundtrack. Now onto the Quadcopter the worst thing ever. I am an experienced Quadcopter flyer I have a real one and have flown for years. When I turned this on it worked fine expect you CANNOT turn the copter around!! you can lift it high into the air sway it left and right but you can not do a 360, a bunch of crap so you can fly straight back left and right. On a real Quadcopter and helicopter you can turn it around so you can fly behind you not the case. You can still fly around everywhere but if you want to turn back around you have to back the Quadcopter up instead of turning around and facing the direction. It is like if you had a car and you wanted to go to the opposite side of the lane you have to go forward move your car to the left/right and then drive backwards! Terrible design and the control is terrible, cheap plastic and the stick that controls the helicopters movements gets stuck on the edge of the plastic a lot making it hard to maneuver. The only thing it is good for now is sitting on my stand looking pretty. Also the small little gun you see attached to it does not stay on when you fly it is only stuck onto the display so when you lay the copter on top of it it looks like it is part of the Quadcopter, but it is not. Do not waste $100 extra just for the Quadcopter and the case, but get the hardened edition instead only $80. It is only $20 more than the original and has everything except the nice care package and the terrible Quadcopter. Hope this helps.

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  2. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not sure whether the $180 is worth it…, December 14, 2012

    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Care Package) (Video Game)

    I will review the game itself later.

    While the game could be better, the Care Package really does look really nice.

    So, what do you get with this?
    -Care Package box
    -Steelbook case
    -MQ-27 Dragonfire (Quadrotor) RC with Controller (obviously), batteries, manuals, stand, and “repair stickers”
    -Nuketown Zombies
    -Nuketown 2025
    -Soundtrack (Digital Copy)
    -PS3 Dynamic Theme (Turbine from Multiplayer)
    -PS3 Dynamic Theme (Zombies’ TranZit)
    -Nuketown 2025 playercard background
    -Nuketown Zombies playercard background
    -Weapon Camo
    -2 exclusive “Challenge Coins” used to unlock “exclusive content”

    The Care Package box itself is really big, and contains 2 big boxes and one cardboard display showcasing the Coins and Steelbook. The box is made of a thick plastic, which makes it pretty durable. I use mine to store my Call of Duty collectibles.

    The Quadrotor is made of styrofoam, which makes it really light, and possibly very weak in terms of strength. You can fly it up, down, left, or right, but you cannot turn it in mid-air. Meaning, you cannot rotate it 90 degrees while in flight. You can charge it from the controller or use the small USB cable that comes with it to charge it using your computer. It may take about 30 minutes, depending on the battery level. Yes, batteries are supplied this time, unlike in Black Ops 1’s Prestige Edition. For some reason, I was only given 3 batteries, when the controller needs 6. The Quadrotor has a decent battery life as well.

    Nuketown Zombies takes place in the 1960’s Nuketown, and it also takes place during Moon’s Easter Egg, which explains the nuke explosion. (You’ll frequently hear radio transmissions from Richtofen as rounds progress) It’s a really small map, and it’s fairly easy. You can only play Survival, and you can play as the CIA or the CDC. It’s really fun with 4 players, but it’s also fun on Solo too, once you get used to how the map works. One interesting note about this map is that the M27 (AR) and the LSAT (LMG) can be earned from the Mystery Box, whereas you cannot get these weapons in Green Run. Why these guns are exclusive to this map I do not know. Also, buy the Black Ops 2 Season Pass and you’ll get NTZombies once it’s released to the public.

    Nuketown 2025 is basically Nuketown from Black Ops, just re-designed with new buildings and environment. The map still contains campers (hell ,what map DOESN’T?). If you want to play this map, you’ll have to go to Chaos Moshpit or select it in Private Match. Treyarch will have NT2025 24/7 playlists during “special events”.

    The soundtrack is a digital copy, which means it’s a download. It is not a download from iTunes, but rather from the Call of Duty website. It contains 49 songs, is composed mainly by Jack Wall. Other artists include Trent Reznor, Brian Tuey, and even Mozart. I haven’t really listened to most of the soundtrack, so I can’t really say whether it’s good or not.

    The themes are pretty cool, one showcases Turbine, and the other showcases TranZit from Zombies. Since the themes are dynamic, theme is well, animated. The turbines spin, the Zombie Bus has flashing lights, ashes fall from the sky, etc.

    The weapon camo is really a Digital-style camo, with random orange patches on it. Looks good on most weapons, and is instantly unlocked. If you want to equip it, go to “Personalize Weapon”, and go to the “DLC” tab and you’ll find it.

    The Playercards are used for Multiplayer, and are instantly unlocked. One is a background of Nuketown 2025 and the other features Nuketown Zombies. The Zombies’ playercard however is really just a picture of a bunch of Zombies packed next to each other. But, each look nice and are in the DLC tab (when selecting a playercard)

    The Challenge Coins are actually coins (a friend of mine told me how one of his friends thought they weren’t actual coins or something), with Black Ops 2 icons/pictures on them, such as the Dragonfire, Skull, etc. Now, only one of the coins contains a code, and that code has to be redeemed online, NOT on PSN. (You can also tell because there are more than 12 characters, and PSN codes are 12.) One of the papers in the Steelbook case tells you what website you have to redeem it on. The code contains the Camo , Playercards, and Soundtrack. You will need an ELITE account to redeem it though. Once you create an account/sign in, you’ll be asked to enter the code and the content will be given to you.

    The Steelbook contains the game (obviously) and features two different covers. One side (the front) is an alternate artwork to the Standard Edition cover, and the other side (the back) contains a Zombie-themed background featuring Misty (female) holding a shotgun and a skull. Inside the Steelbook, you will…

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product good quality, November 17, 2012
    B. McBain (Brisbane, Australia) –

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    Came well packaged and contained all items listed in the care package box, the quality of the box is really nice and look forward to using the box for storing gaming equipment in and transporting to friends places.

    The quad-copter was undamaged and all parts were intact worked straight out of the box. Only let down with the quad-copter was the controller which was slightly wierd as a previous reviewer has mentioned you can only go forward backward left and right and only one at a time due to the plastic stoppers which I recently removed to have greater control during flight.

    I’m in Australia and was concerned purchasing a US version of the game to use with my AU playstation and AU account, the game works fine but for me to use the DLC codes or get the season pass I needed to create a US playstation account to redeem and download the content for my disc. Once downloaded I can easily switch back to my main account and still use the DLC content so no major let downs just a minor problem.

    Other than that well worth the extra money and look forward to heaps of hours of enjoyment 🙂

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