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.
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The first few morsels of info about Vita shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified (yep, twin colons set our teeth on edge too) have found their way on to the web.
According to a Walmart product listing, as spotted on NeoGAF, the game will feature an all new story, boast a strong focus on Spec Ops missions and be optimised for portable play.
Here's the description blurb in full: