Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified is a first-person shooter in the acclaimed Call of Duty series, being developed by Nihilistic Software for release on Playstation Vita in November of this year.
Call of Duty for the Playstation Vita was originally teased at E3 2011. Declassified itself was announced at E3 2012 during Sony’s press conference, though we were treated to nothing more than the logo. Fast forward a couple of months to this year’s Gamescom, we were again treated to nothing more than a logo- that is, until Sony whipped a trailer out at the tail end of the conference.
Nihilistic Software is most recently known for crafting the first handheld first-person shooter to feature dual-analog, Resistance: Burning Skies, which released back in May of this year. Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified looks to be running on a similar engine and again features 4v4 online multiplayer. Burning Skies was not well-received by critics, although we liked it for what it was. Here’s to hoping that the experience will help Declassified shine more brightly. Check out the trailer below:
Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified – Gamescom Trailer