Co-op fans of Call of Duty: Black Ops will be sad to hear that the upcoming title will be lacking cooperative play for the campaign mode, revealed developer Treyarch.
In speaking to Gamertag Radio, COD: Black Ops Executive Producer Dan Suarez is quoted as saying that the popular co-op campaign that players enjoyed in Call of Duty: World At War won’t be returning this year,
“There’s no campaign co-op this year,” said executive producer Dan Suarez.
So that’s that. Instead, players will get to have fun with friends locally in split-screen multiplayer (though it’s limited to two-players) as well as split-screen combat training. Which is something.
However, this doesn’t mean we won’t be getting co-op for the campign, as Treyarch Community boss Josh Olin stated that the game’s full-fledged co-op mode has yet to be fully revealed. Either way it sounds like it will be a different mode than the campaign . . . but we may end up getting both in the end. Expect it as paid DLC I’m sure.
In other news Black Ops news, Dedicated Servers will be available for PC gamers through GameServers.com in a an exclusive deal announced Activision. Dedicated Servers will cost $15/£9.95 a month for 8-player support while unranked servers with a max of 24 players will cost $.99/£0.66. You will need to pay extra for Perks such as Teamspeak or Ventrillo support although there are discounts for those who prepay monthly plans of 3, 6 or 12 months.
Call of Duty: Black Ops releases on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii and DS on November 10th.
Here is a trailer for the Wager Match Multiplayer Mode.