How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2? | TigerDroppings.com
Posted by
Message
Ross
Auburn Fan
Auburn
Member since Oct 2007
33546 posts

How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?

I say this because I used up all my attempts on the first one because I completely suck balls at them. Am I looking at a horrible ending?


hg
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Member since Jun 2009
77061 posts
Online

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
Passed the first one but didn't feel like doing that shite again so I skipped them.


Ross
Auburn Fan
Auburn
Member since Oct 2007
33546 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
On Veteran I thought the first one was literally impossible.


The Eric
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Sep 2008
14233 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
You suck.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
CornDogCologne
LSU Fan
all aboard the hate train
Member since Nov 2007
7790 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
been considering a veteran playthrough and the thought of playing through the strike force missions keeps me from going through with it.

those things are terrible.


Ross
Auburn Fan
Auburn
Member since Oct 2007
33546 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
Well I just finished Suffer With Me and holy damn I'm upset.

This motherfricker Menendez is going down.


shifty94
LSU Fan
Humble, TX
Member since Oct 2010
2370 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
I can really only see failing the mission when you rescue Chloe influencing the ending of the game.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
Blitzed
Member since Oct 2009
14607 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
Quit the campaign after the first one. Stupidest fricking thing in CoD campaign ever. I mean you fricking serious. This isnt a fricking chess match its fricking CoD. I dont play the fricking game to use my brain.Just give me a fricking gun and just let me play my liner fricking campaign.


Ross
Auburn Fan
Auburn
Member since Oct 2007
33546 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
I have to agree. I play Multiplayer for this objective nonsense.


sbr2
Member since Apr 2011
13327 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
Those Strikeforce missions are damn near impossible on veteran.


Ross
Auburn Fan
Auburn
Member since Oct 2007
33546 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
I let the dude live and got a pretty bad ending I think.

Should of shot the bastard I guess. Oh well.

This is probably my favorite COD campaign yet.

ETA: Oh shite dude just lit himself on fire. This guy is a fricking beast.


ETA2: LMAO at this Avenged Sevenfold thing
This post was edited on 1/21 at 10:52 pm


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
HailToTheChiz
North Carolina Fan
Chapel Hill
Member since Aug 2010
9953 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
quote:

Those Strikeforce missions are impossible on veteran.


FIFY

i was only able to complete 1 i think


bullittmcqueen
Georgia Fan
All Up In Your Base
Member since Jul 2010
785 posts

re: How much does failing every Strike Force mission influence the ending of BLOPS2?
Now I'm glad I didnt waste any time with those strike force missions. Didnt realize they influenced the ending. The Avenged Sevenfold thing was one of the best things I've ever seen in a video game.

But I felt kinda cheated though. Watched all the endings on Youtube. My ending was the worst I think.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
Page 1 of 1

Back to top

Follow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram