Activision appears to have more to share regarding this November's Call of Duty: Black Ops II. The official Call of Duty YouTube channel today posted a video titled "power_on_v1.wav," teasing something for the franchise. It depicts an antiquated television set displaying an image shrouded by static, as well as audio that increases in volume as the video progresses.
Activision has shared numerous details regarding Black Ops II's competitive multiplayer mode, but has kept relatively quiet regarding the game's single-player and Zombies modes. The game's campaign will jump through time, with some missions taking place in 2025 and others picking up directly after the events of the original Black Ops.
As for Black Ops II's Zombies mode, Activision has confirmed that this fan-favorite mode will be the "most expansive" offering to date, and will run on the game's multiplayer engine. Black Ops II is due out on November 13 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. A Wii U version was recently confirmed, though neither Nintendo nor Activision has announced a launch date for it.
Activision has also announced that the fourth and final content bundle for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will arrive for the PC and PlayStation 3 on October 10. The offering, which came to the Xbox 360 earlier this month, includes five multiplayer maps (Decommission, Offshore, Gulch, Parish, and Boardwalk), and releases a day earlier for Call of Duty: Elite premium subscribers.