Call of Duty: Black Ops Multiplayer Trailer Released

Treyarch have released a trailer that appears to have sent the internet gaming community mad. A Black Ops multiplayer trailer has gone live on the official Call of Duty Youtube channel, and gives a sneak peak into what we can expect come November.

Set in what appears to be a snow covered silo – appropriate given Black Ops Cold War setting –  the Black Ops multiplayer certainly looks impressive and reveals some new Multiplayer weapons. These include a crossbow with exploding arrows and a little remote controlled car bomb which could become the all new rage inducing bane of the Black Ops multiplayer aficionado.

Other Black Ops multiplayer reveals include new achievements including back stabbing… which is awarded for killing your fellow Call of Duty players from behind. Who says chivalry is dead ay? The trailer also hints at killcam play back and editing, which would allow you to record and relive your greatest Black Ops multiplayer moments.

Anyway, enough with the words, you can watch the full Call of Duty Black Ops multiplayer below.

Just in case you somehow haven’t heard of Black Ops before, it’s the next game in the Call of Duty franchise and is set to be released November 9th on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.  But before then, the trailer reveals that we’ll be getting a full Black Ops multiplayer reveal on September 1st.

So Train2Game, who’s excited about Black Ops?  Does anything in the trailer catch your eye in particular? Or are you suffering from a little Call of Duty fatigue?

As usual, leave your thoughts here or on the Train2Game forum.

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