- Futurist: Complete all future levels in veteran.
- Family Reunion: There are two futures.
- Back in Time: Use a future weapon in the past.
While the first two could easily be indicative of something else, that last achievement is undeniably convincing. Unless they’re doing an Assassins Creed virtual-reality-past-simulator-thing, it’s hard to explain how you would get that third achievement, without the involvement of time travel.
Presumably, the marketing of this game has shown both the past and future elements of the game, in action. Now riding on horses in the desert, is starting to make a lot more sense in contrast to fighting robots in urban environments.
I guess we’ll have to wait and see when Black Ops 2 is released on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on November 13.