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‘Black Ops: Declassified’ developer Nihilistic Software has announced they will be refocusing their efforts on downloadable and mobile projects in the future.
Despite claims from developer Nihilistic Software that they’d like to include it, Activision has confirmed that ‘Black Ops: Declassified’ does not feature a Zombies mode.
The first trailer for ‘Black Ops: Declassified’, the first ‘Call of Duty’ title developed for Vita, has hit, and it brings with it some new information about the game.
Activision VP Michael Sportouch says that fans needn’t worry about the quality of ‘Black Ops: Declassified’ as it will be a ‘true Call of Duty experience.’
In true military fashion, the identity of the developer responsible for ‘Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified’ is on a need to know basis, even to those within Activision.
A product listing for ‘Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified’, the first in the franchise developed for the Vita, outs the game as being composed of Spec Ops and Multiplayer combat.