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Class Customization Guide
Latest update by Glaceon
on Dec 17th 2012
In Black Ops II, there are no CoD points like Black Ops. Instead, you purchase weapons with unlock tokens, as you get one token per level.Tokens also unlock perks, scorestreaks, and secondaries. Once you unlock the item you can use it, and it will remain unlocked until you prestige.
Weapon levels make a return, and now you can prestige a weapon. Prestige-ing a weapon resets the attachments level in exchange for a notification on your profile. Camo is unlocked by getting headshots, which adds a new challenge. As your weapon level gets higher, you unlock an attachment. You can have up to 2 attachments on a primary gun, unless you unlock and use the Primary Gunfighter wildcard in which you can put 3 attachments, but be prepared to run without a sidearm or grenade, since it will require 2 extra slots for that 3rd attachment.
Scorestreaks operate on a point value instead of kills, hence the name Scorestreak. The Perk Hardline will reduce the amount of points needed for the next scorestreak by 15-18% (depending on the Scorestreak).
Secondaries can have an attachment, 2 if you use Secondary Gunfighter. For the first time you can actually play online with only a secondary weapon. This is useful if you want to level up your secondary quickly.
Wildcards allow anything from an extra class perk, extra grenade (tactical and lethal), extra attachments for primary or secondary, and even two primary weapons.
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