More than 1 trillion shots were done on online games “Call of Duty: Black Ops”

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Stats are boring in some cases, mas quando estão relacionadas a Games de sucesso se tornam interessantes. The most recent was published by Activision, and brings data about the game “Call of Duty: Black Ops”.

call of duty black opsSince the launch do game, that happened in November last year, are accounted for “murders” equivalent to nine times the total of the world's population. To achieve this mark, were fired 1 trillion shots, and on the way the players acquired 147 billions of CoD Points (that enable weapons and equipment in the game) and recorded more than 43 million de vídeos.

The company also revealed that the favorite weapons of the players are, in order, Famas, AK74u and Galil, and the “perks” (modifiers used in multiplayer mode to affect the equipment and character properties) most popular are the Marathon, Sleight of Hand and Lightweight.

Conflict in Viet Nam

“Call of Duty: Black Ops” narra as missões secretas que aconteceram during a Guerra Fria, período de tensão entre Estados Unidos e a então União Soviética depois da Segunda Guerra.

The game counts with the collaboration of two specialists: major John Plaster, veteran of the Group of studies and observations (SOG in English), a covert operations unit led by the CIA during the Viet Nam war, and Sonny Puzikas, a member of the special forces of the former Soviet Union.

“Call of Duty: Black Ops” is available in PC versions, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and Nintendo DS.

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