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.

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