Stores here in Singapore will take pre-orders for these bad boys between November 2 and 12.
Two versions of the PlayStation®Vita Call of Duty®: Black Ops Declassified Special Edition bundle pack will be available, depending on if you’d like to pick up a 3G/Wi-Fi model, or a Wi-Fi only unit.
Both bundles will include a special edition of the PS Vita portable console that has the Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified logo printed neatly on its rear touchpad, as well as a copy of the game.
For gamers looking to pick up a 3G/Wi-Fi model, Sony is sweetening the deal by throwing in a bonus 4GB memory card in the package for free. The 3G/Wi-Fi bundle (pictured above) will retail in Singapore for S$519.
On the other hand, the Wi-Fi only bundle will not include a memory card (sold separately), and will be sold for S$439. Here’s what the Wi-Fi only package looks like:
First announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in June this year, Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified is a brand new instalment of Activision’s award-winning CoD: Black Ops franchise that is set, story-wise, sometime between Black Ops 1 and Black Ops 2 (to be released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 November 13).
On top of a classic CoD single-player campaign, Black Ops Declassified also has 4-on-4 multiplayer modes – complete with Care Packages, Create-a-Class, Killstreaks, Perks, and even Prestiging – that can be played online through Wi-Fi, as well as intuitive controls thanks to the Vita’s dual analog sticks and touchscreen controls: a melee is performed by swiping at the touchscreen. Lob a grenade in the precise location you want it to land at by pressing on the touchscreen.
Players will also be able to hold their breath while aiming with a sniper rifle by using the Vita’s rear touchpad.
Like the bundles, Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified is available in stores November 14.