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Once again AusGamers' roving contributor Naren Hooson managed to score himself some primo coverage for us, this time in the form of getting hands-on with Call of Duty: Black Ops II multiplayer, as well as talking with newly appointed communications director, John Rafacz (who has been at Activision for a long while prior to his role at Treyarch).

This is an in-depth and detailed look at many of the new changes to what people have been calling a stale multiplayer over the past few years, and there's no denying it is the most significant update to the series since Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, if not more so.

Click here for Naren's in-depth break down. And click the thumbnails below for a closer look at a host of new screens that came out of GamesCom.




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