On 1st May, Activision are due to announce details of the next Call of Duty title, due for release towards the latter end of this year. Due to the way in which the series rotates, it’s likely to be a follow up to Treyarch’s COD: Black Ops and in all honesty, it doesn’t excite me that much. After filming my COD: MW3 – Road to Commander series, I’m pretty burned out on the game for the time being.
That said, I will inevitably buy the game and when I do, I’ll be keen to try out the AR.Drone’s bigger brother:
This isn’t the first time that the Parrot AR.Drone has featured in a video game – it has previously made appearances in Homefront and Battlefield 3 – but it is the first time it has been treated to a dose of steroids!
Update: Treyarch have now announced the ‘AR.Drone’ is actually known as the MQ-27 Dragonfire Drone. If you want to get your hands on one, you will need the Care Package edition of Black Ops 2.