Players love Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. It’s an undeniable fact that a lot of the success the game and the series as a whole enjoys is thanks to the huge multiplayer community. It’s not news that some players tend to do some boosting, farming just to obtain higher ranks and show off with friends and opponents alike but some players are taking this whole showing off concept to a higher level.
Earning Prestige level in Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 is incredibly hard and requires a good amount of work and skills, spending hours and hours playing multiplayer modes trying to win all the matches to obtain the required experience points to rank up. Now cheaters have taken another step: selling Psn and Xbox Live Accounts with Prestige and Kill/Death rates of over 2.00. And that’s simply ridiculous as these players show their really skills in any match. Some players report having met people with a 5.00 rate, which is almost impossible to obtain for most players, but they were hardly competent players.
Treyarch knows about this and they’re actually banning these bought accounts together with all the other cheaters and boosters. The question is: why ruin the only experience for all legit players? Even if you have Prestige, you haven’t earned it so where’s the fun in that? People at times take games too seriously, forgetting that it’s, after all, just a game.
Article from Gamersyndrome.com