Brace yourself for the Black Ops invasion. Billboards for Activision and Treyarch's next Call of Duty game are already taking over Times Square, just the beginning of the publisher's "biggest investment" ever made in the launch of a title, according to big boss Bobby Kotick.
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Editors note: Given ongoing issues in the games industry, the AFL-CIO recently reached out to Kotaku about addressing the people who make games. The AFL-CIO represents more than 12 million workers in the United States across more than 50 labour unions (including the Writers Guild of America, of which Kotaku US and its sister sites’ staffs are members). This letter from secretary-treasurer Liz Shuler is the group’s first major public statement about organising game developers.