PS Vita owners may currently be wanting for big ticket games, but that’s all about to change with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified. Scheduled to hit sometime in November, Black Ops Declassified is a PS Vita-exclusive take on the immensely successful console game, and today during Sony’s Gamescom presser, we got our first look at Declassified‘s gameplay. We were also given new details about the game’s single and multiplayer modes, so read on to find out more.
We wish we could tell you that Declassified offers a new twist on the classic Call of Duty formula, but judging from the trailer, Declassified looks to be standard Call of Duty fare. For millions of gamers, however, that won’t be a bad thing. Declassified‘s single player mode is set between the events of the original Black Ops and the upcoming Black Ops II, with the player taking on a number of “covert” missions.
Also confirmed today is Black Ops Declassified‘s multiplayer mode, which will feature 8 player, 4 vs. 4 matches. Black Ops Declassified will feature new, Vita-exclusive maps, as well as the return of some maps from the original Black Ops, such as Nuketown. Multiplayer modes that have been confirmed for Black Ops Declassified include Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, and Drop Zone, but sadly, we haven’t received any confirmation that Zombies mode will be returning in Declassified. There’s a brief look at multiplayer in the trailer, so check it out below.
Finally, Sony also announced that Black Ops Declassified will be the star of a new PS Vita bundle. The bundle doesn’t seem to offer much in the way of extras though, as Sony has only said that it will include a PS Vita, a copy of the game, and a Black Ops-themed pouch. Pricing and the bundle’s release date haven’t been detailed yet, but we imagine this bundle will be launching alongside the game itself in November.