Black Ops II Prestige And Hardened Editions Revealed
Because all we ever wanted was a quadrotor
Call Of Duty has a long and distinguished history of over-the-top special editions, and Black Ops II is no different. The top end model (the Prestige Edition, of course) follows in the unhinged footsteps of MW2 and Black Ops’ equivalents, coming in a replica care package and containing a remote control quadrotor.
Which means, if you’ve been buying these things since Modern Warfare 2, you’ll be in the possession of night vision goggles, a remote control car with onboard camera, and now a flying drone of death (by annoyance).There’s other stuff too, such as steelbooks, DLC packs, soundtracks that feature Trent Reznor and, erm, the game, but forget that: we’re worried what happens when that one COD fan snaps and decides to use all of this ordnance on us.