Nov 29, 2016 06:33 AM EST

'Call Of Duty: Black Ops' News & Updates: Fidel Castro Enters Game? Black Ops Revisited

The Gaming world remembers Fidel Castro in "Call of Duty: Black Ops"which goes to show that video games may have taught more kids on history. Castro's last cameo in "Call Of Duty: Black Ops" has bugged the world due to its personal content which Castro came out to be a villain in the game console.

According to Polygon, ghe main protagonist in "Call of Duty" thought he was successful in the assassination of the Cuban leader, Fidel Castro. But what he thought was wrong, due to the fact that he only shot a look a like of the leader with that he was captures and was sent to a soviet government agency.

A Cuban Site according to GamenGuide, noticed Castro's appearance in the game "Call of Duty: Black Ops" which then calls the game a piece of American Propaganda. Long before in the real world it is widely known that Castro has been target of many and many assassination attempts bought and conducted by the American goverment for literally being against them.

It has been said that the Americans Are just only trying to kill the Cuban leader in "Call of Duty" after failing to do it in reality for literally for such a long period of time. Not only that but the site continuous to make bad judgement against Washington due to failing on their mission against Castro.

The game basically stays the same as in real life as Castro escapes and survives all assassination attemps on him. With Castro included in "Call of Duty," the game had boosted more attention because of the climax and the connection with the military of the United States.

"Call of Duty: Black Ops" again covered and featured Fidel Castro who aided former presidents to battle a group of zombies. Considering the popularity of the Cuban leader's death, he might return in "Call of Duty" once more.  Stay tuned to Jobs & Hire for the latest news and updates.

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