Call of Duty: Black Ops Pre-Order Campaign Begins, RRP Revealed

Along with the revelation of the formats the forthcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops is currently in development for earlier this week, the UK’s biggest specialist videogame retailer has begun their official pre-order campaign. Call of Duty: Black Ops is set to release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC later this year, and is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated videogame releases of 2010.

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mjolliffe2940d ago


kevco332939d ago

It was bound to be more expensive - most fans of the Call of Duty games don't know about there being two developers on the series, they see the name and think it's just the next in line. All this Infinity Ward hoo-hah will just fly over their heads...

tdogchristy902939d ago

I may buy it used but definately not new, he's no longer getting my money.

knifefight2939d ago

I did not play Modern Warfare 2. I feel content with COD4 for the time being. Am I missing something huge or can I just wait for this game?

kevco332939d ago

In my honest opinion? If you haven't bought it by now, it's obviously not a priority for you; and if that's the case, it won't amaze you.

Kingdom Come2939d ago

The Modern Warfare series has left the Call of Duty franchise at a cross roads, it could go either way, continue with the financial success of the MW2, or go downhill. It's a shame really, because Black Op's is being slated by the public for the mistakes of Modern Warfare, when in fact, judging on the details, screens and video, it looks to be the most promising Call of Duty yet. I lost interest in the series before even Call of Duty 4 (Which I found ok, but nothing groundbreaking), I've always had respect for Treyarch's installments to the franchise, I dont know why, just have... Best of Luck Treyarch! Lets hope you can redeem the respect the franchise once had.