This years Treyarch developed instalment of the mighty ‘Call of Duty’ has been named ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’ as a dedicated fan site has been informed recently by unconfirmed Activision sources. Some other game details have emerged that may surprise you, it doesn’t appear to be a World at War continuing campaign, and nor is it primarily based around Vietnam.
Call of Duty: Black Ops, will be set in recent history between WWII and the present day as some missions will take players to Cuba and South America, hinting that a Vietnam conflict will feature as part of the game. In other missions players will be able to take on the role of a SAS Operative within the British Army to fight close combat campaigns based on London during the 1980s.
It was also confirmed that the the popular Zombie mode is back! The original ‘World at War’ horde style game in which players get to shoot down a mass of Zombies - but this comes as no surprise due to its popularity. Other details regarding improvements or new Zombie features (if any) was not revealed.
Finally, dedicated servers is also meant to be part of the new Call of Duty game, which should put a smile on many a PC gamers face! Whilst all this information does read very legit, until Activision and Treyarch have released an official statement we still have to regard this as a rumor.
Cuba, South America - even London! What are your thoughts on this new information?