Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 Trailer!
What a week it's been. First, the new Prometheus trailer landed, then the final preview for The Dark Knight Rises zipped onto our screens.
And last night, the Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 reveal smashed onto the internet to instantly trend on Twitter, alongside FHM's new sexiest woman woman in the world - Tulisa Contostavlos. AND American Pie: Reunion, has only gone and bloody hit cinemas, too.
But perhaps better than all of these wonderful, explosive and curvy things is the jiggle-tastic new video from the one and only Kate Upton. We know, we know, your eyeballs can thank us later.
But that's enough blabbing, we're here to talk about Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. It looks as though it'll be set in the distant future, with Sgt Frank Woods returning, albeit with the dusty look of a grandad from a Werther's Original advert.
Elsewhere, the trailer crams in hovering jets, walking tanks and what sounds like the booming electro noise, which has weedled it's way into loads of trailers - including Battlefield 3 and Transformers: Dark Of The Moon.
There's hints that technology has advanced too much and made soldiers like Woods obsolete. We're guessing the story will see an evil mad man at the helm of a stolen robot army. Either that, or the machines will become self-aware (Skynet style) and rain robotic death on the world, with Earth's military men being the only thing that can stop them.
So far, so Terminator/Matrix/I, Robot (delete as applicable). But why are COD stepping in this direction? Perhaps as their younger fanbase continues to grow, it's much better if you're slotting futuristic walking microwaves, then flesh and blood baddies.
But we want to know what you think! Are you excited by this trailer? Or are you simply bored of COD now? What futuristic elements would you like to see in the multiplayer? Jetpacks? Satellite lasers? Controllable drones? Tell us in the comments!
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