Tranzit Guide Black Ops 2

Sunday, 18 November 2012, 11:09 | Walkthrough

Tranzit Guide Black Ops 2 will help us to play the game easily. TranZit is a new game-mode that’s similar to Survival. 1-4 Players still fight zombies and other creatures through waves, but this time a bus will transport all players from location to location. The bus will regularly stop at each location for players to use.

Tranzit Guide Black Ops 2

The point of this game mode is to build new pieces of equipment as you travel from section to section, and find clues that reveal why the characters are there. It’s very similar to the major Easter Eggs in the past two Zombie games (World at War and Black Ops)

Survival is the same as it always has been. For more information on tactics and basics, see Survival Basics.
Build-able Items

In addition to the grand objective, many helpful items can be built when entering each area of the map. To build an item players must first find a table with a blue print over it. Next, find pieces around the area to place on the blue print table. Only one piece can be carried at a time by a player. Once all pieces are together on the blue print table, the newly created item can be picked up and used. Just like the pieces, only one item can be held by one player.

If a player holding a piece for an item when they are downed, they will drop it directly where they went down.

A Bus driven by a robot will take players from area to area. When it’s ready to go, it will honk its horn. This is the only way to really travel from area to area. If players attempt to walk through the mist, Denizens will attack them, or they may be injured by other elements on the map.

While in the bus, zombies will attack from the outside. Barriers are set up on each window, but once the barriers are down, zombies will enter the bus and attack.

The bus can be upgraded with three parts. These parts can be found behind doors that require a source of power to open.

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