Call of Duty: Black Ops Announced

It’s finally here, yet another Call of Duty game announced April 30, 2010 by Treyarch-Activision. This will be the seventh installment in the ever so popular first person shooter series, Call of Duty. The release date is set for November 9, 2010, just in time for Christmas so be sure to have it on your list for Santa! The trailer which I have included below shows many quick scenes of action that appear to be set in a few different places and even possibly different dates.

Many speculate the game will take place around the Vietnam – Cold War era. I really think with this game we will begin to see the birth of the various Elite Special Forces. I think you will be able to participate in missions that are considered “off the record”, hence the name Black Ops. The game rating is still pending, but I speculate that it will be a mature rating, since all of the other Call of Duty games all have a mature rating. There are also hints and rumors circulating on the internet about how Treyarch-Activision is also planning on having the ever popular secret zombie levels that are featured in Call of Duty: World at War. I can only hope for this! We probably won’t start seeing actual gameplay till about mid-June during the E3 gaming expo. If you’re a hard-core COD fan like myself you can already pre-order the game on select websites, such as Amazon. If you want updates for Call of Duty: Black Ops you can check out the official game website at http://callofduty.com/blackops/, must be 18+ years of age to enter.

-Jake L.-

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