Call of Duty is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the gaming industry, so when Sony announced excitedly that the franchise would come to life on the Vita with Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified, it didn't come out as much of a surprise. With that said, what has left many gamers, such as myself, confused is the fact that despite the release hitting store shelves later this year, nor Activision or Sony have yet to show anything outside of a basic logo.
The fact that the game is releasing later this year makes it clear that the game is far into its development cycle raising many concerns as to why nothing has been shown. Alongside franchises such as Grand Theft Auto and Gran Turismo, Call of Duty has the opportunity to spark a sales spike and bring more attention to Sony's latest gaming handheld, based on a few factors in which I discuss.
Watch as I discuss my concerns with Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified and what Sony and Activision need to do in order to take advantage of the Call of Duty branding and community. As always, I encourage you all to take part within the comments section and provide your thoughts.