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Call of Duty: Black Ops CE comes with real RC car


10:19 AM on 08.12.2010



How do you top night vision goggles? Maybe you can’t, but Activision and Treyarch are at least trying with the remote control car that comes with the Call of Duty: Black Ops "Prestige Edition" which was announced today.

With a range of up to 200 feet, the RC-XD surveillance vehicle is a fully-functioning RC car that features -- wait for it -- a remote camera that transmits TFT color video and audio. It’s inspired by the surveillance car that will appear in the game’s multiplayer, as seen in the recent teaser trailer.

The "Prestige Edition" will also ship with everything you’ll get in the "Hardened Edition," including a Black Ops limited edition medal, a Black Ops Avatar outfit (for Xbox 360), and four additional cooperative maps.

The "Prestige" and "Hardened" editions will be available for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 when the game ships on November 9. Prestige will run you $149.99, while the RC car-less "Hardened" will be $79.99.

So tell us, radio controlled surveillance car or night vision goggles?

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