A new post over on the EU PS Blog suggests that Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified has had significant visual updates since the last time it was seen by press.
Unfortunately for the Vita game, impressions coming out of gamescom were not really of a positive nature, with one of the main reasons being that Nihilistic Software and not an Activision studio are behind the game.
It seems though that the studio has been working hard to change peoples impressions, with Robert Huebner, Studio Head at Nihilistic saying that there have been significant improvements since the last time the game was shown.
"I think the most noticeable thing is a significant visual upgrade; a richer color palette, more detailed models, and better lighting overall. Also we implemented an entirely new animation blending system that allows us to capture a lot of nuanced animation that Call of Duty players are accustomed to."
In addition to he above, Huebner also revealed that the Declassified will be paying homage to the classic Nuketown map, as well as including all the usual Call of Duty style, weapons modding and perks.
So are you excited for Declassified? Can it help shift Vita units or will it be one big disappointment? Let us know what you think below.