Call of Duty: Black Ops Will Be Available In 3D

Black Ops will deliver 3-D on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in addition to Windows PCs that use 3-D-capable video cards from Nvidia.

Full Story – HERE

Release Date: November 9th

Available for pre-order at Amazon ($59.99) – HERE

Maybe i’m getting old, but even playing Bond on the Wii (where the screen is always jerking around when you move your hand slightly) made me nauseous. I’ll probably puke for sure when playing something similar like this in 3D.

The video is done for 3D stereoscopic glasses (red blue). The final game will likely use the more expensive type of glasses that come with 3D TVs. Which reminds me, I haven’t had a pair of those red/blue glasses since I quit buying comic books and cereal.


5 responses to “Call of Duty: Black Ops Will Be Available In 3D”

  1. You’re right, it will probably be the “newer” alternate-frame sequencing technology. That is, the one that requires the $100 glasses and a special TV that can run video at 48 fps.

    Every time I’ve seen a demo, I’ve been unimpressed. Every time it’s the same awful, annoying flicker. Maybe the glasses weren’t calibrated correctly, but I couldn’t watch more than a few minutes.

    I don’t think this particular incarnation of 3D is going to last very long. It’s just not that great.

  2. Another thing, the footage is from Modern Warfare 2, which should be strongly distinguished from Black Ops. MW2 was developed by Infinity Ward, and Black Ops was developed by Treyarch.

    Similar games under the same name, but different settings, characters, and philosophies. Treyarch does things differently.

  3. Another overpriced rehash from Activision.


  4. SPC Fish Avatar

    you can get handfulls of those glasses for the price of a new movie at you local theater. wear cargo pants and a hoodie

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      I should have kept the ones from “Bugs Life 3D” when I was at Disney Land LOL

      They look like this –