New Treyarch Developed Call Of Duty Hits Nov 9 With Likely Modern Setting

This evening a site for Call of Duty: Black Ops went live, now Activision has officially confirmed the game, saying it hits stores on November 9, 2010, and will be developed by Treyarch.

In their press release Activision calls the game, the follow-up to the biggest entertainment launch in history, which can only be Modern Warfare 2. The release says that the game will "introduce fans to the elite world of Black Ops" as the Treyarch-developed game "takes players behind enemy lines in an entirely new chapter in the groundbreaking and record-setting, No. 1 first-person action series of all-time."

"We can't wait for our community to experience Call of Duty: Black Ops," said Mark Lamia, Studio Head for Treyarch. "We have focused our entire studio on this game, with dedicated multiplayer, single-player and co-op teams creating the most intense, gripping and riveting experience possible for our fans on all fronts."

So that's behind enemy lines, this year, Treyarch developed and, seemingly, modern setting.

For more information, visit www.callofduty.com/blackops immediately following the game's appearance on GameTrailers TV on Spike this Friday and also, via Twitter at JD_2020.


Comments

    Eh... really disappointed.

    I would have preferred just one setting so they can capture that sorta moment. Like Vietnam for example.

    I can just tell this screams Activision.

    DID THEY NOT SEE HOW WELL WORLD AT WAR SOLD?

    The CEOs probably said, change the name to this to make it sound more modern cause Modern Warfare was so successful. And don't stick to one theme. A primary Vietnam war game would have been wicked...

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