If readers recall, Activision was on stage with Sony at the PlayStation Vita’s debut in Tokyo, Japan at the PlayStation Meeting 2011 event and confirmed that Call of Duty as a franchise would arrive on the PlayStation Vita.
Fast forward to now, the Vita is out on shelves and though they may have missed the opportunity to release Modern Warfare 3 on the system in a timely fashion, Black Ops II could make up for that.
There is no doubt that Call of Duty is coming to the PlayStation Vita, and the odds are that Black Ops II will be the game to accomplish that. The real question lies in whether or not Activision will make use of the PlayStation 3 to PlayStation Vita compatibility and cross-play abilities.
What kind of message would it send to have PS3 users able to play with PSV gamers on the go? While being tied to a contract with Microsoft for paid DLC to release early exclusive on a timed schedule, I don’t see it happening any time soon.
However, some Call of Duty is better than no Call of Duty for those demographics that really can’t get enough of the top-selling casual online shooter.
RealGamerNewz will attempt to reach Activision for confirmation or denial of this rumor in future posts.
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