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Call of Duty: Black Ops II to support 3D gaming


Activision and LG have just announced that the upcoming gaming elephant in the room, Call of Duty: Black Ops II will be fully 3D supported.


Starting from today, LG and Activision are promoting the launch of Black Ops II in 3D with multiple advertising outlets including TV, cinema, digital and retail marketing. And from November 13th, the game's launch date, LG and Activision will be offering a 3D promotion with selected retailers that means LG will be offering gamers a discount when purchasing the game and one of LG's Cinema 3D TVs.

We're unsure if this offer will be available in the UK/EU at this moment but will update this post when it becomes clearer.

"LG is excited to be a part of this historic launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops II to bring 3D gaming to life," said James Fishler, senior vice president, marketing and go-to-market operations, LG Electronics USA, Inc. "From the intensity and cinematic visuals, to the attention to detail and heart-pounding gameplay, Call of Duty: Black Ops II in 3D further legitimizes the 3D gaming movement, and we're proud to help the amazing fanbase of the Call of Duty community enjoy it on LG CINEMA 3D TVs."

Call of Duty: Black Ops II launches on November 13th worldwide, have you preordered your copy yet? If not, be sure to get it from ShopTo where you'll get the multiplayer map - Nuketown 2025 and, just announced today, Double XP in the game's multiplayer for the first weekend of the game's release.



Edited On 12 Oct, 2012

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LFC Bywater 4 years ago
Never been big into 3D if im gunna be honest. i suppose its a nice edition for those that are though. i dont see it giving any advantage to people in mulitplayer either so can't complain.
Shnoorum's avatar
Anyone use 3D in games? It seems to gimmicky to me. Only good side is regular HDTV's are down in price now
Shnoorum 4 years ago
LFC Bywater's avatar
i agree with u 100% im not even fussed about blu-ray. 1080p suits me just fine
LFC Bywater 4 years ago
Konakona's avatar
Blu-Ray is good, but I'm not too bothered either way. 3D is just a cash in.
Konakona 4 years ago
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3D isn't big anymore it had its time a few months back, in a few years it might be big again but as above has said it's just a gimmick. If I had a TV the option is good but I don't so I'm not actually bothered about 3D.
jkrohn1 4 years ago
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Daniel 4 years ago
Just made a good game EVEN better, only recently got my 3D TV and absolutly love it :)
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PrometheusFan 4 years ago
Wasn't Black Ops 1 in 3D already?
Anonymous user's avatar
Yes it was
Daniel 4 years ago
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rjc 4 years ago
Never seen a game in 3D, would like to though. However, not sure I'd want to wear the glasses for too long.
LFC Bywater's avatar
not sire it would make too much of a difference, but i agree with you on the glasses. would become bit of a pain in the ass.
LFC Bywater 4 years ago
Shnoorum's avatar
I saw a demo of Motorstorm at an electronic shop. Was alright. 3D has never really bothered me though. Hell, when I get a 3DS chances are I'll turn it down for the most part.
Shnoorum 4 years ago
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Loli-Nox-Tan 4 years ago
I don't know why someone would play a competitive multiplayer game in 3D I would find it distracting.
LFC Bywater's avatar
i'd guess that they would mainly just use it for the single player experience.
LFC Bywater 4 years ago
jkrohn1's avatar
My friend showed me Gears of War 3 in 3D I was impressed but got sick now wearing the glasses and thought it was okay but nothing special
jkrohn1 4 years ago
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Dead 4 years ago
3D games will be big one day, but not now, 3D TV's are about as widely used now as HD TV's were 10 years ago.
Konakona's avatar
3D TV's will be good when you don't have to wear special glasses to view them. Or when holograms literally jump out of the screen. :P
Konakona 4 years ago
Shnoorum's avatar
Its sometimes used really well but for the most part it barely makes a difference in my eyes. I always keep one fad behind so that way I spend less money when they lower the price down
Shnoorum 4 years ago
Konakona's avatar
That's the most economical way to look at things :P.
Konakona 4 years ago
Dead's avatar
I've never used a 3D TV, and only seen one 3D film at the cinema, and I could hardly tell any difference to be honest. The 3DS works well though, and stuff actually does appear to float above the screen, or sink deeper in to it. But the way they get the effect would be impractical for a TV system.
Dead 4 years ago
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I didn't really like 3D in the Cinema, but i recently got a 3DTV and was amazed by the difference. I got the LG Cinema one where you only need light glasses and dont have to charge them etc much better imo
Daniel 4 years ago
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Greigyboii 4 years ago
My plan was to treat myself to a new, huge 3D LED Smart TV in the near future - now I feel I may need to make this purchase sooner. sigh!

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