Jump into the action with the limited edition Xbox 360 exclusive Call Of Duty: Black Ops Premium Bundle

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Johannesburg, South Africa – 25 October 2010 – Xbox 360 today announces the latest entry to the most anticipated launch of the year with the Call of Duty®: Black Ops Premium Bundle featuring a copy of Treyarch’s blockbuster title alongside a sleek new Xbox 360 S console.  The Premium Bundle is scheduled for release at the same time as Activision Publishing, Inc.’s (Nasdaq: ATVI) planned worldwide release of Call of Duty: Black Ops on November 9. The bundle comes complete with a free one month Xbox LIVE Gold membership further immersing gamers into the epic, online action on Xbox LIVE.

“The Premium Bundle delivers the perfect complement to Call of Duty: Black Ops,” said Michael Sportouch, General Manager, Call of Duty Business Unit, Europe.  “We’re excited for the Call of Duty community to have such a great offering available to them.  Fans will have the chance to play and experience the intense and epic action that Treyarch has created in Black Ops and be able to share the enjoyment on the newest and latest Xbox 360 console.  This is a great match.” 

Developed by award-winning developer Treyarch and published by Activision, Call of Duty: Black Ops takes players behind enemy lines in an entirely new chapter in the groundbreaking and record-setting, No. 1 first-person action series of all-time. For more information visit www.callofduty.com.

Available across South Africa from 09 November 2010, the ‘Call of Duty’ Premium Bundle includes Call of Duty: Black Ops the new Xbox 360 S console with 250GB hard drive and in-built WiFi, an Xbox 360 black wireless controller and  one month Xbox Live Gold membership all for only R3499 ERP (estimated retail price) for a limited period.  The ‘Call of Duty’ Premium Bundle has an FPB rating of 18V.

Last Updated: October 28, 2010

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