The trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops, the latest in the incredibly popular first-person shooter series developed by Treyarch, aired Tuesday night and whetted the appetite of its rampant fan base, MTV reports.
Even on small, low-definition TVs, the trailer for the game, which now shifts to the Vietnam War, displayed incredible graphics and engaging game play - perfect for those packing a HDTV, high-def computer or HDMI projector.
The game will have dedicated servers for PC multi-player modes, as well as boasting its normal single-player campaign. It will be available on all major gaming platforms and PCs.
Since the game doesn't launch until November, the mere fact that its teaser trailer was shown six months prior hints at how big the release will be. The most recent installment in the series, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, broke the record for opening-day sales last November, taking in $310 million in North America and the UK, CNET reports. The previous record was $170 million, held by Halo 3.