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Call of Duty: Black Ops more Modern Warfare, less World at War

Activision released the debut trailer for Treyarch's latest take on the Call of Duty franchise during the NBA playoffs last night and it has certainly stirred the gaming world judging by the chatter. However, the trailer denotes a distinct shift in style for Treyarch that lends itself more to Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare series than their past efforts on Call of Duty: World at War or Call of Duty 3.

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Hotel_Moscow2651d ago

Do not want. seriously if it reminds me of MW2 i dont want it while i still play it daily like all my games i get most annoyed with mw2

BeaArthur2651d ago

I don't know if you want it to be more MW considering how the last one turned out.

e-p-ayeaH2651d ago

yeah i know what you mean

sjaakiejj2651d ago

Gameplay looks good, Graphics dated.. They've been using the same engine for too long now, without any significant upgrades..

killer3aw2651d ago

and why people always keeps saying COD 4 engine is old engine and why would activision make new engine and spent more money when they review always give COD 4 engine grfx 10/10 (EX: ign to mw2)......look at UNREAL 3 ENGINE they using it from 2006 until now and nobody say anythings (Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas (2006), BioShock 1(2007), Medal of Honor: Airborne (2007), Unreal Tournament 3 (2007), Turok (2008), Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway (2008), Aliens: Colonial Marines (2008), Borderlands (2009)...etc) and . It's clear that Treyarch have got their hands on all of the upgrades Infinity Ward added to the Modern Warfare engine during the production of MW2.Black Ops could turn out to be way better than you ever expected... we just have to wait for game play(E3)

CYCLEGAMER2651d ago

Like they are trying to politley step on MW's toes. Due to sales they probably realise that people are tired of all of these ww2 games and decided to bridge the gap a little bit.

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