LOS ANGELES - Actisoft-Blizzard games, makers of the popular Call of Duty games, have announced plans to release a new CoD game, ready for next Christmas. Already blogs and user boards are alive with the buzz about Black Ops, now they have even more to shout about.
The new game, dubbed, Rank-N-File, follows an everyday soldier on either the British, French, US or other NATO forces in Iraq or Afganistan. The game will include several key things that will make the game 'more like reality', including fuel shortages, lack of Government funding, and standing around waiting for orders to clean the trucks.
Of course, the game doesn't stop there. A new downloadable content pack for previous games, and for CoD:RNL means that the player can get into the real action, by having national armed forces break into your room and enlist you into battle, after finding you using your consoles WiFi signal.
A spokesman for said: "I believe this new game will immerse the player into the real-life story of playing Terrorist or NATO modes."
The Terrorist mode of the game however, has a few bugs, including players only having one life, which is unresolvable.