Black Ops 2 Gamers Win Big with Battle Perks
Rachel Gray / Sep 27th, 2012 6 Comments
Read a more specific, detailed account of Battle Perks in Gaming Illustrated’s in depth introduction.
Developed by ViralSyntax, Battle Perks is the upcoming, free online ladders system that aims to reward skill with actual prizes. Here’s how Battle Perks will work and win for you: individuals or teams will enter either heads up matches or tournaments through the Battle Perks system. Players and teams that excel in the match and reach top rank in the leaderboards will achieve a certain amount of Battle Points. Battle Points can be accumulated and redeemed in the BattleStore. The Battlestore will offer prizes like “stickers and controller grips to higher-value items like headsets, custom controllers…consoles, games, and gift cards.” In other words, it really does pay to win with Battle Perks.
So imagine you are your buddies are gearing up to beat down some amateurs on Black Ops 2. Instead of spending your time and energy in a regular match, challenge one of your friends to a Battle Perks match. Wage a certain amount of Battle Points and start hysterically throwing frag grenades. Viciously destroy your friend first and you win the waged amount of Battle Points. You can even choose to a have a nonpartisan player to referee your matches (of course referees will receive a percentage of the BattlePoints won). Battle Perks brings a new angle to competitive gaming. It raises the stakes and gives a more defined incentive to win. Battle Perks sharpens the competitive edge, pitting players against one another to achieve both a glorious title and wicked gaming items.
So what about the Black Ops 2 players who aren’t familiar with top rank and usually get owned by shotgun blasts to the back? With Battles Perks there is even a place for the less capable. Gamers who find themselves frequently fatigued by constant domination have alternative ways for acquiring BattlePoints. Referring friends, purchasing games and gaming gear from partner sites, completing offers and surveys, spreading the word about Battle Perks, and signing up for services are all other paths to prizes. Another, more interactive way to accumulate BattlePoints is by refereeing matches. Battle Perks referees will have public profiles in order to monitor impartiality and will receive a percentage of BattlePoints for each match they referee.
If you’re interested in getting BattlePoints NOW and getting in on the action early for some sick rewards by playing Black Ops 2, pre-register for the Battle Perks beta release today!
Battle Perks doesn’t have an official release date yet but ViralSyntax is feeling optimistic and has high hopes for a nearing release (possibly within the next 4 months)! Whenever Battle Perks finally debuts, Black Ops 2 gamers (and other popular PvP gamers) can expect to access the service through PSN, Steam, Xbox Live, and Battle.net. All countries will have access to the free service which will operate on top of the line, quality servers. For more information visit the official Battle Perks website!
Black Ops 2 may be the most anticipated game of the year. Treyarch developed both the original Black Ops and its upcoming sequel. However, Treyarch has made a lot of advancements in Black Ops 2 that really set the game apart from its predecessor. Set in the year 2025, Black Ops 2 offers a futuristic but realistic story where cyberwarfare and technological masterminds control the battlefield. Sophisticated technological weaponry, drones, and “electronically-charged projectiles” include only some of the exciting new additions. Although there are so many new gadgets and goodies to get giggly about, don’t worry, there will still be zombies. Black Ops 2 is set for an 11/13 release and will be available on Windows, PS3, and Xbox 360. But remember, if you’re going to Black Ops 2, Black Ops 2 with Battle Perks!
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