Call of Duty: Black Ops Goes Behind Enemy Lines on DS

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Activision is once again calling upon developer n-Space to create a portable Call of Duty.

Call of Duty: Black Ops for the DS, to be released simultaneously with the PC, PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 versions on November 9th, is being designed as a companion game to the other versions. Story specifics haven’t been announced yet, but confirmed content for the game thus far includes an overhauled interface, a new Button Control scheme option for players who prefer playing their FPSs sans stylus, six-player online multiplayer with Perks, a two-player co-op mode and Arcade and Challenge Modes that reward players with achievements for replaying single-player missions.

“Call of Duty: Black Ops for the Nintendo DS is going to take the handheld Call of Duty experience to a new level,” said Dan O’Leary, n-Space Studio Head. “From taking the controls of an attack helicopter to flying an experimental stealth fighter jet, players will have a wealth of new features to utilize.”

This is what Call of Duty: Black Ops looks like running on the DS.

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