Call of Duty® Black Ops 2 Live is set to be the ultimate destination for any Call of Duty® fan this weekend and to make it an even more mouth watering experience, Activision has teamed up with London’s most famous burger restaurant, MEATliquor, to create a Zombie Diner as part of the experience .   

MEATliquor’s famous patties will be served up to the thousands of Call of Duty® fans who will be able to play the game at Black Ops 2 Live before official release at the epic four-day launch from 10th – 12 th November.

MEATliquor staples, the Dead Hippie burger and Deep-Fried Pickles, as well as a selection of gruesome dishes created exclusively for the Zombie Diner, including Monkey Wings and a legendary 12-Guage Chilli-Dog, will be available this weekend!

Yianni Papoutsis from MEATliquor added: “I’ve been a gamer all my life so it’s a dream come true for us to partner up with Black Ops 2. It’s meat and liquor, but with zombies and guns. What’s not to like?”

Black Ops 2 Live will be a dedicated e-sports experience giving fans the chance to play the game before its release at midnight on November 13 th. Turning the traditional sports bar experience on its head, Black Ops 2 Live will enable thousands of fans the opportunity of playing new content for the very first time, bringing to life some of the key features of Multiplayer and e-sports.

To sign up for an exclusive session and for more information, please visit and join in the conversation on twitter using the hashtag #blackops2live. Guaranteed entry will only apply to those that have a ticket confirmation.


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