COD Black Ops: Declassified costs 45 on EU PlayStation Store

Plus: Portal 2 DLC, Sonic Racing, NFS: Most Wanted demo.

Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified, the colon-filled PlayStation Vita version of Activision's shooter, will be available to download today from the EU PlayStation Store. It costs 44.99.

This week's PSN Store update is otherwise a quiet affair, with few other names ready to take on Call of Duty's launch week.

So no, Sony hasn't tried to sneak out the terminally-delayed Counter-Strike: Global Offensive or Retro City Rampage.

"I don't want to promise a precise timeframe for Retro City Rampage as that is subject to late change, however, it should be in the next few weeks," PlayStation blog manager and ex-Eurogamer man Fred Dutton said. "I'll update everyone when I have a confirmed date. As for CS:GO, we still have no new news to impart I'm afraid."

Portal 2's In Motion DLC for PlayStation Move does launch, however. It costs for 7.99 and Plus subscribers get 30 per cent off. The expansion includes a handful of extra courses and Move support for the entire game.

There's also a PS3 demo of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, a DLC-rich version of Saints Row: The Third (33.99) and, on Friday, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed for 29.99.

The full round-up of new content can be found on the EU PlayStation blog.

Call Of Duty Black Ops: Declassified trailer

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