Call of Duty Black Ops 2 MultiHack v1.9 ( Prestige Hack )


Hi.This is the newest Call of Duty Black Ops 2 MultiHack \ Prestige Hack (more exactly v1.9)

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With this hack you can :

1. Raise your Level and Prestige

2. Activate some options:

-Unlimited Ammo
-God Mode
-No Gravity
-Instant Reload
-Nuke in Air Package
-Exploding Gun Shots
-Super Speed x10
-Teleport Anywhere
-Automatic Shotgun
-Care Package
-Flying Mode
-Be Invisible

3. Unlockables:

-All Weapons
-All Lasers
-All Titles
-All Camouflages
-All Emblems
-NukeTown 2025
-All KillStreaks


First of all you need to get to get an account to login.When you’ll open the hack click “Click Here to get your account” and you’ll be redirected to your account.

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You have to follow the next steps : 
Step 1 : Enter your Profile name and click “Connect” and wait for the hack to establish the connection.

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Step 2 :  Choose the Level and the Prestige you want.

Step 3 : Choose any option you want.

Step 4 : Choose any unlockables you want.

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Step 5 : Click “Start” and wait for the process to complete.

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Run the game and see how it works.


Full video demonstration here:

Attention!!! To Download our hack, you have to install a small tool. When the installation is complete, you’ll be redirected to your download link automatically.

For more informations about this, please visit the READ ME page.

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Call of Duty Black Ops 2 MultiHack v1.9 is made by professional programmers(updating every month).

This software has no virus,is free 100%

And running on any operating sistem…

Anti-Ban Protection : Yes
Undetectable Script : Yes
Tested and fully working with an accurate of 99% working rate


P.S.: If for some reason Call of Duty Black Ops 2 MultiHack v1.9 doesn’t work to you, send us message (on youtube or here) with your OS (operating system) 32 / 64 bit and Internet Connection type (ADSL/Cable..) and we will fix it as soon as possible. Thanks!


**If Call of Duty Black Ops 2 MultiHack v1.9 stop working, or you notice some bugs on it, please report that to me, so I can update it as soon as possible.**
** There are some copied / fake videos that are going to scam you. They can be virus infected and very dangerous, so please be careful!**

Attention!!! To Download our hack, you have to install a small tool. When the installation is complete, you’ll be redirected to your download link automatically.

For more informations about this, please visit the READ ME page.

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What is Call of Duty Black Ops 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops II is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Treyarch and published by Activision (Square Enix for Japan). It was released on November 13, 2012 forPlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows and on November 18, 2012 in North America, November 30, 2012 in Europe and Australia for the Wii U. Square-Enix released the game for the Japanese market on November 22, 2012 as a subbed version. A Japanese voice-dubbed version was released separately on December 20, 2012.

The Japanese release of the Wii U port is only the dubbed version since the console was not available in Japan in November.Black Ops II is the ninth game in the Call of Duty franchise of video games and a sequel to the 2010 game Call of Duty: Black Ops. The game was launched at 16,000 stores worldwide at midnight on November 13, 2012.

Black Ops II is the first game in the Call of Duty franchise to feature future warfare technology and the first to present branching storylines driven by player choice. It also offers a 3D display option. A corresponding game, Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified, was released simultaneously on the PlayStation Vita. Within 24 hours of going on sale, the game grossed over $500 million, beating 2011’s Modern Warfare 3 to become the biggest entertainment launch of all time. It went on to sell 7.5 million copies in the U.S. in November 2012, making it the highest grossing game of the month.

The game is the first in the series to feature significant elements of nonlinear gameplay, most notably multiple endings.



Characters and setting

The single-player campaign features two connected storylines, with the first set from 1986 to 1989 during the final years of the first Cold War, and the other set in 2025 during a second Cold War. The protagonist of Black Ops, Alex Mason returns as the protagonist in the first Cold War section, and chronicles the rise to infamy of the game’s primary antagonist, Raul Menendez, a Nicaraguan narco-terrorist and the leader of “Cordis Die”, a populist movement celebrated as the champion of victims of economic inequality.

The 2025 section of the game features Alex Mason’s son David as the protagonist, in which Menendez is plotting against the United States and China with one of his ultimate goals being to see the United States locked in a new Cold War with China, in revenge for many of his misfortunes. In this era, wars are defined by robotics, cyberwarfare, unmanned vehicles, and other futuristic technology.


In the year 2025, US Special Forces operatives led by David Mason and his partner, Harper, arrive at “the Vault”, a top-security location home to an aging Frank Woods, whom they suspect possess vital information on the whereabouts of Raul Menendez. Woods concedes that Menendez has recently visited him, and shows them a locket that the latter had left behind. Frank then narrates several covert missions undertaken during his military career which span their previous encounters.


In 1986 Alex Mason had effectively retired from active duty to pursue an obscure existence in Alaska with his son, the seven-year-old David. Their shaky relationship is further strained when Mason is solicited by Jason Hudson, seeking to recruit him for an assignment in Cuando Cubango during the height of the Angolan civil and South African Border Wars. Woods had disappeared with his men while aiding Jonas Savimbi’s UNITA rebels against Angola’s Marxist government; their actions have already been disavowed by the CIA and Hudson hopes to rescue any survivors. With UNITA assistance, Mason and Hudson recover Woods from the Kavango River, subsequently locating Menendez among a contingent of Cuban military advisers. However, a firefight breaks out, and their quarry escapes as the Americans are rescued by Savimbi in a Hind D. It is revealed that Menendez is responsible for holding Woods captive after murdering his team.

In light of this information, Mason, Woods, and Hudson begin tracking Menendez, who has established himself as a primary arms dealer for bush conflicts in Southern Africa and Latin America. Later in the year, the CIA authorizes a strike against the unscrupulous Nicaraguan, now making a healthy profit running arms across Soviet-occupied Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, Mason, Woods, and Hudson assist the Mujahideen in their battle against the Russians, along with Chinese operative Tian Zhao. Woods and Mason find Lev Kravchenko, who turns out to have survive the grenade incident with Woods in Vietnam, causing Mason to see the numbers and hearing the voice of Viktor Reznov again.

Kravchenko is interrogated by the group and the player is given the option of executing Kravchenko by Reznov’s orders inside Mason’s head or resisting and finishing the interrogation, in which case, Woods then executes Kravchenko after admitting that he associated with Menendez and that he has men inside the CIA. Regardless of how Kravchenko is killed, the Mujahideen are revealed to be allied with Menendez, and double-cross Mason, Woods, Hudson, and Zhao. The four are beaten, tied, and left for dead in the middle of the desert, unconscious until rescued by two unknown civilians, one of whom Mason believed to be Reznov.

At this point, Menendez’s motive for his seemingly senseless vendetta against the West become clear: his beloved sister was grievously injured in an act of arson committed by American businessmen for insurance money. The Menendez clan, which dominates a powerful drug cartel, was again rocked by loss when the CIA sanctions the assassination of Raul’s father. An embittered Menendez now considers the conflict to be personal, but his one-man struggle against the West is interrupted when Mason, Woods, Hudson, and the Panama Defense Force raid his headquarters in Nicaragua; an enraged Woods inadvertently kills Raul’s sister with a grenade.

Faking his demise with the assistance of Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, Menendez lives to retaliate against those he holds personally responsible for his sister’s death. During the 1989 invasion of Panama, he utilizes moles in the CIA to kidnap Hudson and David, using them as bait for a trap. He then uses Hudson to mislead Woods, manipulating him into shooting Mason instead of himself. If the player disobeys Hudson’s instructions to shoot Alex Mason in the head and instead shoots him anywhere else, he will survive and reappear in the game’s ending. In the ensuing chaos, Menendez kills Hudson and cripples Woods. Unsatisfied with his revenge, Menendez allows Woods and David to live, promising to return to complete his revenge when the time is right.


Three decades after the Invasion of Panama, Menendez re-emerges as the leader of Cordis Die, a massive populist movement with over a billion followers. He stages a cyberattack that cripples the Chinese Stock Exchange; in response, the Chinese ban the export of rare earth elements which the entire infrastructure of the US Army runs and relies on, fermenting the start of a new Cold War between the United States and NATO, against the Chinese-led SDC (Strategic Defense Coalition). Taking advantage of this stand-off, Menendez attempts to bring the two powers to a full-blown war by inciting conflicts between the two, secretly aiding SDC leader Chairman Tian Zhao. Using the intelligence provided by Woods, David, now a Navy SEAL code-named Section, leads JSOC forces in the renewed search for Menendez.

Shortly after gathering intelligence from Woods, Section and JSOC infiltrates Myanmar investigating a spike in activity in the region. There, Section’s team encounters a computer engineer under Menendez’s employment, warning them of a cyberattack with a Celerium device, a quantum computer capable of hacking any computer system. Section’s team is later deployed in Pakistan, attempting to gather intelligence on Menendez’s plots. During the infiltration, Menendez discloses the name of a target, “Karma” in the Cayman Islands. Section and SEAL operatives Harper and Salazar later infiltrate the Cayman Islands, finding out that “Karma” is a woman named Chloe Lynch, a former employee of Menendez’s shell corporation, Tacitus. Lynch was the main developer of the Celerium device, and as a means of wrapping up loose ends, Menendez had deployed mercenaries for her abduction.

JSOC later has a lead on Menendez in Yemen, where JSOC asset Farid infiltrates Menendez’s cell to help Section facilitate the leader’s capture. The player, as Farid has a choice during the mission. Menendez, suspecting Farid’s disloyalty, orders him to shoot the captured Harper. If the player chooses not to shoot Harper, and instead attempts to shoot Menendez, he fails, but Harper survives and is rescued. If the player chooses to shoot Harper, Farid survives, and Harper is not present in any conversations or missions thereafter. Menendez is successfully captured, but this was a ruse for Menendez to hack into the U.S. military’s computer infrastructure on the aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Obama, seizing control of the United States’ entire drone fleet. Salazar is revealed to be Menendez’s mole within JSOC, and facilitates Menendez’s attack—Menendez escapes with Salazar’s aid, and when Menendez breaks in to the bridge of the Obama, Salazar shoots the soldiers guarding Admiral Briggs, with Lynch’s survival dependent on Farid’s survival in the previous mission.

The player, playing as Menendez, has the choice of either killing or wounding Admiral Briggs. If the player only wounds Briggs, and the player has completed all of the Strike Force missions, JSOC and SDC enter an alliance, then the player is later informed that the SDC sent hundreds of drones to defend the Obama, and consequently Briggs was able to save the ship and its crew. Menendez uses the drones to stage an attack on Los Angeles during a meeting of G20 leaders, hoping to kill them and cause catastrophic damage to the global economy. Mason escorts the President of the United States to safety amidst the drone attacks.

JSOC eventually finds the source of the transmissions responsible for the hacking to Haiti, where Section leads JSOC forces into recapturing the facility in the final mission, and apprehending or killing Menendez. There are different endings depending on the actions the player takes throughout the campaign, such as whether or not the United States and China are able to enter an alliance with each other, as well as determining the fates of certain individuals in the game.

During the main campaign, the player may choose to participate in optional Strike Missions. The Strike Missions involve JSOC attempting to curb the SDC’s global influence by preventing them from forcing neighboring countries into the alliance. Section himself does not participate in these missions directly, though he can command the forces remotely from a command center. If the missions are completed successfully, the SDC is weakened enough to ally with JSOC, forming an alliance between the United States and China, with the Chinese assisting the player later in the campaign, for example, in sending its own drones to rescue the U.S.S. Obama and sending its forces to assist JSOC in Haiti.


The storyline of Call of Duty: Black Ops II has several possible endings. The one shown depends on decisions and tasks completed over the course of the game. If the player spares Menendez’s life, completes all four Strike Force Missions, and the characters Chloe Lynch and Alex Mason survive the events of the game, then the preferred ending will result. The player will have secured an alliance between China and the United States, ending the Second Cold War. Lynch’s survival prevents Menendez’s cyberattack from succeeding. And finally, Mason’s survival allows him to visit Frank Woods in retirement, reuniting with Section. The final scene shows Menendez in prison becoming enraged after watching a talk show with Jimmy Kimmel interviewing Lynch, who insults him during the interview.

If Menendez is spared, Lynch survives, but Mason is killed in action, then the Second Cold War will end, and Menendez’s cyberattack will fail. However, Section will visit his father’s grave with Woods and decide to retire from soldiering. Woods comments that his father would approve of the decision.

If Menendez is spared and Lynch is killed, Section will apprehend Menendez taking him into custody. The cyberattack will ,however, succeed, allowing Menendez to escape. He kills Woods in the retirement home before visiting his sister’s grave, dousing himself in gasoline and readying a lit match.

If Menendez is killed regardless of Lynch and Mason’s fate, a YouTube video that Menendez recorded earlier will air, inciting the civilian population to riot and burn down the White House.

If the players complete the game once, players can unlock the non-canonical Special Ending. The ending showing Menendez and Woods having some practice in the backroom with Avenged Sevenfold. They then perform at Club Solar together, with Menendez playing the guitar and Woods on the drums. Several characters from the game also make an appearance in the cheering crowd.



Strike Force missions

Black Ops II is the first Call of Duty video game to feature branching storylines, in which the player’s choice affects both the current mission and in turn, the overall course of the story. Known as “Strike Force missions”, these branching storylines appear during the 2025 storyline and feature permanent death. The success or failure of these missions can have ramifications for the wider campaign storyline. Choosing one of the missions locks out the others unless the player begins a fresh campaign.

Strike Force missions allow the player to control a number of different war assets, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, jet fighters and robots. If the player dies in a Strike Force mission, the campaign continues recording that loss, as opposed to letting the player load a previously saved checkpoint. The player’s progress in the Strike Force missions may go on to change even the plans of the story’s antagonist, Raul Menendez. By the end of the game, the player may have changed the results of the new Cold War, and the player is shown what could have gone differently.


Treyarch has confirmed that the Zombies mode will return for Black Ops II with new game modes. Its predecessors were Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops. This is the third time for the Zombies mode to appear in aCall of Duty game, and the first time to have game modes other than the traditional Survival mode. Treyarch has also confirmed that Zombies will run on the game’s multiplayer engine, allowing for a deeper community experience, along with new features. A new, 8 player co-op game called “Grief” is also supported, featuring 2 teams of 4 players competing to survive, unlike Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops, which only supported 4 player online co-op.

The first map featured in the game, Tranzit, introduces four new characters: Samuel Stuhlinger (voiced by David Boat), Marlton Johnson (voiced by Scott Menville), Abigail “Misty” Briarton (voiced by Stephanie Lemelin) and Russman (voiced by Keith Szarabajka). The map is set in an abandoned town in Washington, USA. Dr. Edward Richtofen (voiced by Nolan North), the antagonist of Zombies from the previous game, returns as the announcer.

The first downloadable map, Nuketown Zombies, is a Zombies rendition of the multiplayer map featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops. It is set in a nuclear testing ground in Nevada, USA, and features unnamed CIA and CDC agents fighting against zombies.

The first DLC pack, Revolution, featured the Zombies map, “Die Rise”. It follows the four characters from the Tranzit map. The map takes place in three destroyed high-rise skyscrapers in Shanghai, China.

The second DLC pack, Uprising, featured a brand new Zombies map called “Mob of the Dead”. The map is set in the infamous Alcatraz Prison in the year 1933, and features 4 new characters: Albert “The Weasel” Arlington (voiced byJoe Pantoliano), Billy Handsome (voiced by Ray Liotta), Michael “Finn” O’Leary (voiced by Michael Madsen) and Salvatore “Sal” DeLuca (voiced by Chazz Palminteri), who plan to escape the island only to run into the Zombie outbreak. Mob of the Dead is also the first Zombies map possible to “complete”, rather than fighting through the waves until being overwhelmed. An Easter Egg hidden in the Map reveals a story twist that the gangsters are simply stuck in a repeating cycle in Alacatraz, following a betrayal by The Weasel during their escape attempt. Successful completion of the Easter Egg breaks the cycle, allowing Weasel to kill the other 3 players, or the other way around. Either of these outcomes ends the game, with a message reading “The Cycle Continues”/”The Cycle Is Broken”, respectively.

Minimum System Requirements For your PC to run this game:

OS: Windows Vista SP2 or Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E8200 2.66 GHz or AMD Phenom X3 8750 2.4 GHz
Memory: 2 GB for 32-bit OS or 4 GB for 64-bit OS
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8800GT 512 MB or ATI Radeon HD 3870 512 MB
DirectX®: 9.0c
Hard Drive: 16 GB HD space
Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible


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