There's is no doubt in my mind or anybody's mind that Call of Duty: Black Ops II will be extremely popular and will sell by the warehouse when it hits this November. Between now and then it's on us to figure out just how this Call of Duty will convince you and everybody you know to pick up a copy. We know there will be future technology and battles from the 1980s featured in the main single player mode. We know there will be zombies (and I'm staying on record as the first to predict a zombie Ronald Reagan because Activision's people got all tight lipped and smirky when I brought it up. This means they want to confirm or deny but to do so would acknowledge the validity of my point and that's a no-no.). We know there will be mechanized attack drones that fly and walk. We know lots of stuff.
What we don't know is just how deep and rich and overhauled the game's multiplayer component will be when Black Ops ships this November. Watch the trailer and see if you can decipher anymore clues.