Many years ago, Call of Duty Black Ops has finally earned the title of one of the most iconic titles of FPS games. Treyarch and Activision revealed on May 18, 2020 about the debut trailer for the game. Black Ops was launched in November, 2010 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. After the massive success that Modern Warfare 2, so the fans had a higher expectation for the upcoming title of Call of Duty.
However, the game was successfully able to fulfil those expectations. Black Ops was a sequel to World At War, which led to three more sequels named as Black Ops II, III and IV. As said in a report by Statista, this is the top most selling game in the CoD franchise which was able to sell almost 31 million copies till January 2020.
On May 18, 2020 Black Ops celebrated its 10th anniversary of the official announcement. In order to memorize that day, the franchise published a recap video on its Twitter profile. They also posted on their website which looked back at the ten years and traveling down the memory path.
Treyarch celebrated 10years of Call of Duty Ops
The video which was posted on the twitter handle seems to be as a tribute and the recaps of the game and the series totally. After all, it was a very special event to be celebrated. Here is the twitter post from the studio:
Ten years ago, we introduced Call of Duty: Black Ops to the world.
Today, we’re celebrating with a recap video as a tribute to the series that introduced Woods, Mason, Hudson, and of course… the numbers!
— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) May 18, 2020
In the recap video you will be able to see the highlight reel of the original version of the game from the BO series. It also features Alex Mason, Jason Hudson, Frank Woods, Victor Reznov, the protagonists and Nikita Dragovich the antagonist.
In the blog post, the studio further explains the Call of Duty World at War, consisting its Zombie Mode, which provided them the chance to focus on building the titles of Call of Duty.
Treyarch also wants to know about the favorite memories and the recollections from their fans as a celebration of its 10-year anniversary of the game.