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Call of Duty: Black Ops Coming to Mac This Fall, Half-Price Sale on Older CoD Titles

CodblopsCall of Duty: Black Ops, the bestselling first-person shooter, is coming to the Mac this fall from Aspyr.

Pricing and system requirements have not been announced, but the game will include the full single-player campaign, multiplayer, and both co-op and single-player Zombie mode.
Aspyr Media, Inc., the leader in Mac game publishing, announced today that Activision Publishing, Inc.’s record-setting Call of Duty®: Black Ops will be coming to the Mac. Developed originally by award-winning studio Treyarch and brought to the Mac by Aspyr Media, the Mac version of the epic Call of Duty® blockbuster will be available on Macs worldwide in digital and boxed formats this fall.

Call of Duty: Black Ops takes players to conflicts across the globe as elite black operations forces fight in the deniable operations and secret wars that occurred under the veil of the Cold War. Featuring an adrenaline-pumping single-player campaign, out-of-this-world Zombies co-operative game mode, and an incredibly deep multiplayer experience, Call of Duty: Black Ops delivers the complete Call of Duty experience with amazing enhanced graphics, streaming texture technology, and superior lighting effects for the most immersive and cinematic action.
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Along with the Black Ops announcement, Aspyr has put Call of Duty, Call of Duty 2, and Call of Duty 4 on sale for 50% off on the Mac App Store [Direct Link] and the GameAgent digital download store.

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24 months ago
A year late...
Rating: 10 Positives
24 months ago

A year late...


You know not all people are chasing games and even have time to play them all day.

I’m for example am happy that i will be able to play this great shooter when i feel like it.
Rating: 8 Positives
24 months ago

I wonder if the latest games are true ports or Cider wrappers?


As far as I'm aware, Aspyr always does true ports.
Rating: 4 Positives
24 months ago
I'm afraid the mac will always be late for big name games, but I rarely play on my mac anyway. I'm a console gamer.
Rating: 4 Positives
24 months ago
The entire series is overpriced for their age and qualities.

I enjoyed the first two YEARS ago, but seeing them at those prices now is a bit ridiculous.

Then again I just checked on Steam and the windows versions are as expensive if not more, even if they have been there since late 2006 (6+ years old games should see a declining price). At least Steam offers packs (that are still overpriced).

I wonder if the latest games are true ports or Cider wrappers?
Rating: 4 Positives
24 months ago
Great news! I just hope Aspyr can fill in the gaps and bring out World at War and/or MW2 next.


You know not all people are chasing games and even have time to play them all day.

I’m for example am happy that i will be able to play this great shooter when i feel like it.


Exactly. Even though I have bootcamp, I'm just not a day 1 person when it comes to games. My intense backlog of games insures that. I'd also rather get this on the Mac so I really don't mind waiting.
Rating: 3 Positives
24 months ago
Fantastic news!
I've enjoyed playing Aspyr's excellent Mac conversion of Call of Duty 4 a whole lot (100+ hours).
Will buy.
Rating: 2 Positives
24 months ago

yes but by fall when its suppose to be release it will be a 2year old game. they should be working on MW3 for Mac


So what? Will it be less fun? I still play Diablo II from time to time. I really have no idea what this year counting thing has at all to do with games. If a game is good, it’s good.
Rating: 2 Positives
24 months ago
I haven't played a game in many years, do you typically need a mouse to play these?
Rating: 2 Positives
24 months ago
Now I am really hoping that the iMacs are updated soon with decent graphic card options.
Rating: 2 Positives

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