Oct 12 2012, 9:33am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Activision and LG revealed today that the highly-anticipated Call of Duty: Black Ops II will support 3D experience across single player, multiplayer and Zombies game modes. Starting today, LG and Activision are promoting the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops II in 3D with advertising across multiple consumer touch-points, including TV, cinema, digital and retail marketing. Besides playing the game in 3D, LG offers also LG Dual Play option with special dual play glasses. With those glasses you can play the game in dual player mode using the full screen size. That is right. You do not need to suffer through split screen anymore. LG bends the 3D technology to use it to display two different gamer screens at the same display.
Dual Play works by applying LG's CINEMA 3D technology to a 2D split-screen game; the effect is two 2D images projected simultaneously. Dual Play glasses (required and sold separately) come with either two left- or two right-eye lenses, so instead of combining those images, the lenses filter only one image to each user. The result is the magnificence of the full screen for both players. Gamers have no fear, Dual Play works with most current gaming systems or even older consoles as long as it is a split-screen game.
Qualifying LG CINEMA 3D TVs are the following series: LM9600, LM8600, LM7600, LM7200, LM6700, LM6200 and G2.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II launches on Nov. 13, 2012, on the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, and Windows PC. The title will also release on Nov. 18, 2012, for the new Wii U game system from Nintendo.
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