What’s it about? Picking up several years after the conclusion of Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, you play a member of elite commando unit Task Force 141. You’ll be taking on a group of Ultranationalist Russian resurgents, battling through Afghan deserts, Brazilian slums and Russian mountain ranges. All of which, if the above trailer is anything to go by, will look incredible.

Coolest feature? Details are fairly scarce at the moment, but we do know that Call Of Duty: World At War’s single player co-operative mode won’t be returning. Meaning that there ought to be at least a couple of innovative new features to compensate. Extra multiplayer vehicles and a more open-ended campaign mode are both highly likely, while it’s been confirmed that the game will run at an eye-watering 60 frames per second, meaning it’ll definitely eclipse its predecessor visually, if nothing else.

When’s it out? It’s scheduled for a November 10 release, on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

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