Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified for PS Vita Looks Underwhelming
Here's your first look at Call of Duty for the PS Vita...don't sell your consoles just yet!
If you somehow missed Sony's live-stream of its Gamescom press conference, then you might also have missed the video debut of Activision's Call of Duty for the PlayStation Vita.
The game, which is titled Black Ops Declassified, developed by Nihilistic Software (Resistance: Burning Skies), and will act as a story bridge between Black Ops and the upcoming Black Ops II.
Of course, it can't be a Call of Duty game without the franchise's bread-and-butter multiplayer, right? Declassifed will offer (or at least try) the same level of multiplayer fans have come to love from the series -- albeit, at a more limited capacity. Declassified will offer 4 vs. 4 on game modes such as: Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, Drop Zone and more.
Here's your first look at the game but keep those expectations in check.
So, now that you've seen the game in action, what do you think? I know it's early footage and that's what I'm counting on since it really looks rough around the edges.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassifed is scheduled for release this coming November and there will be a PS Vita Call of Duty bundle which will be detailed soon.