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Black Ops 2 Double Weapon XP Weekend Dated

We have all become accustomed to having regular double experience weekends every now and then, especially after the launch of DLC like the new Black Ops 2 Revolution map pack, but Treyarch has announced a new spin on this old fun. Starting on Friday, February 1st and ending on Monday, February 4th players will have the chance to score double weapon XP. This makes it easy to unlock the attachments for your favorite guns and also level them up.

Black Ops 2 Double Weapon XP Weekend

Leveling your weapons allows you to earn weapon ranks and, eventually, prestige your guns. Once you prestige a gun for the first time you can re-do all of that weapons challenges. This makes it incredibly easy to earn even more regular experience points because all challenges, once completed, provide players with anywhere between 1,000 and 5,000 XP. This experience contributes to your overall rank which can help you reach level 55 to prestige quickly. For more leveling info be sure to check out our multiplayer tips and tricks that will help you improve your game and level faster.

This new double weapon XP weekend comes in celebration of the new DLC. If you have picked up the Revolution DLC for BO2 this means that you can very quickly earn the attachments and weapon ranks for the new Peacekeeper SMG, the first weapon DLC made available for any Call of Duty game. This weapon is a new hybrid Assault Rifle / SMG that is lightweight, fast and has incredible range.

The Revolution DLC is now available on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 1200 Microsoft Points (about the equivalent of $15). The DLC is expected to drop on both PS3 and PC sometime next month.

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