Call of Duty Black Ops: No Campaign Co-Op, Zombie Mode still a mystery

By Alan Ng - Sep 13, 2010

We have some important news for those of you planning to pick up Call of Duty Black Ops, which is basically everyone, as Treyarch has confirmed that there won’t be a campaign co-op mode in the upcoming title.

As reported from VG247, executive producer Dan Suarez confirmed the news when speaking to GamerTag radio. If you remember, Treyarch included a fully-fledged campaign mode for two players on Cod World at War, but it looks like that has been scrapped for Black Ops.

However, it is not all bad though. You’ll still get the offline Combat Training Mode as well as split-screen online multiplayer which we’ll tell you about in more detail later. Then there is still the debate of zombie mode, and whether the popular mode will be returning from World at War or not.

Don’t forget that Treyarch has confirmed that they still have one last card up their sleeves for co-op, which they will be revealing closer to the November 9th launch date.

It has to be zombies, surely? Get your full list of killstreaks and new weapons here.

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