Call of Duty - Black Ops secrets revealed

Call of Duty: Black Ops was only announced last month and won’t be with us until November. But some lucky folks in the US have already got their hands on the next Call of Duty game and revealed some of its secrets. Warning: some Call of Duty: Black Ops spoilers ahead.

USA Today got a sneak peek at Call of Duty: Black Ops and have revealed some its secrets. First up, the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane we saw in the Call of Duty: Black Ops trailer gets a starring role in the opening mission.

You’ll guide a squad of soldiers past a convoy of Russians while stationed at high altitude in the Blackbird. While the choice of vehicle in Call of Duty: Black Ops is different, it’s apparently very reminiscent of the Modern Warfare 2 level featuring an AC-130 gunship.

The other Call of Duty: Black Ops level that USA Today was allowed to get their hands on is called WMD and set in 1968. It involves infiltrating a Soviet facility (another scene which was glimpsed in the Call of Duty: Black Ops trailer).

The report suggests the gameplay follows the lead provided by previous Call of Duty games but does reveal a new feature: ammo which can be changed on the fly. At one point in the level, you switch from standard arrows in a crossbow to explosive tips.

With levels already being shown off, we expect Activision and Treyarch to reveal a lot more about Call of Duty: Black Ops at E3 next month. What do you think of the first details?

Due November | from £34.99 | Call of Duty: Black Ops (via USA Today)

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