Straight from Sony’s GameCom 2012 press conference we’ve got the very first details and trailer on Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified, the major Call of Duty title heading to the PlayStation Vite.
Black Ops Declassified is in development over at Nihilistic Software, marking their second Vita outing having just come off Resistance: Burning Skies. Black Ops Declassified is promising both robust single and multi player options. For the campaign, players can look forward to a story that bridges the gap between Black Ops and Black Ops II, meanwhile the multi player will support up to eight players battling it out over WiFi for glory, fame or whatever it is they desire. Nihilistic is promising many of the game modes and features popularised in the console iterations, including perks, prestige, kill confirmed, drop zone and more will be included in Black Ops Declassified, ensuring an authentic Call of Duty experience on the go.
Black Ops Declassified is aiming to release this November, both as a stand alone title and in a special Vita hardware bundle. While you Call of Duty fans wait, here’s the very first trailer.