It would appear that the next title in the Call of Duty franchise has been revealed. Dubbed as Call of Duty: Black Ops, the game is said to take gamers to different points in history from World War II, the Cold War and even more modern times.
Black Ops is said to be under development by Treyarch, the studio behind Call of Duty: World at War. The ever popular Zombie mode is making a return alongside dedicated servers, something that is sorely missed from the recent Modern Warfare 2 by Infinity Ward.
This is an interesting direction that Activision is taking with the ever popular Call of Duty games. While fans enjoyed the Modern Warfare games by Infinity Ward, many were left disappointed when Treyarch decided to return to World War II with World at War. While Black Ops isn't exactly a returning to that period in time, the game will take fans to many locations like Vietnam, Cuba, South America and even Operation Nimrod, an SAS mission to rescue the hostages of the infamous Iranian Embassy Siege in 1980.
According to the report on MapModNews, Black Ops is scheduled for release this coming November.