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Call of Duty: Black Ops out on November 9

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Activision today confirmed the next instalment in the Call of Duty series is released on November 9. And it has an official name: Call of Duty: Black Ops (previously it was called CoD 7).

The scuttlebutt is that it's set in Vietnam, But Activision is not saying anything just yet. At time of writing the BlackOps website just says "Coming Soon".

This is a short tease - the game makes an appearance tonight on GameTrailers, a TV prog on America's Spike channel - and the website should be more informative after that.

However, the UK retailer Game spilled the beans on its website, and captured by CVG</a.

Now you will witness the birth of the Elite Special Forces and take part in off-the-record missions using unconventional weaponry to get the job done!

From Cuba to the Arctic and the jungles of Vietnam, Call of Duty: Black Ops features stunning cinematic graphics and intense gameplay that puts you right at the heart of the action!

Game is taking pre-orders at £34.99 for the PC version and £44.99 for XBox 360 and PS3 flavours.

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