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Microsoft Is Teasing Something On Twitter, Black Ops 2 Backward Compatibility Coming?
Microsoft is teasing something to Twitter and fails have opened the floodgates of speculation. Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra posted the following tweet on his page that gave rise to speculations from around the world.
14 hours 55 minutes. #Xbox
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) November 10, 2016
Fans instantly replied to the tweet and asked the company to bring something special to the table. Some wanted to see Black Ops 2 backward compatibility while others wanted to brand new update for Xbox One. Some also speculated more news regarding Xbox 4K aka Project Scorpio, however, news on that may not come until E3 2017.
Here are some of the tweet from the community.
@XboxQwik scopio update or new dashboard
— Iain Hay (@jabbaskywalker) November 10, 2016
@XboxQwik black ops 2 backward compatible??
— ⓗⓐⓩⓔ♏4ⓚ (@Xbh222) November 10, 2016
— ♏️adseed (@MegaBadseed) November 10, 2016
@XboxQwik I honestly hope it's Black Ops 2 B/C. I'd rather play that now than the dropping frame rate infinite warfare
— Kyle Rosenthal (@Krose7298) November 10, 2016
— Shelby Steiner (@S_W_Steiner) November 10, 2016
Having Black Ops 2 on Xbox One would be great as it is still one of the best COD’s to date. This year, players might be more interested in Black Ops 2 rather than Infinite Warfare.
Activision’s latest installment is a reskinned Black Ops 3 with space combat. Sales in the UK dropped by 43% on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One compared to Black Ops 3. On PC, the situation is worse as it very difficult to even find a match for modes other than TDM.
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